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Python Flashcards
What is Python?
A high-level programming language
Who created Python?
Guido van Rossum
What is the latest version of Python?
Python 3
What are some basic data types in Python?
Integers, floats, strings, booleans
What is a Python module?
A file containing Python code
How do you declare a variable in Python?
Using the = operator
What are conditional statements in Python?
Statements that execute different code depending on a certain condition
What is a loop in Python?
A block of code that repeats until a certain condition is met
What is object-oriented programming in Python?
A programming paradigm that uses objects and classes to structure code
What is a Python package?
A collection of modules and other resources that can be easily installed and imported
Java Interview Questions
What is Java?
Java is a high-level programming language developed by Sun Microsystems.
What is the difference between an interface and an abstract class?
An interface is a contract for a class to implement, while an abstract class is a partially implemented class that cannot be instantiated.
What is the difference between a HashMap and a TreeMap?
A HashMap is an unordered collection of key-value pairs, while a TreeMap is a sorted collection of key-value pairs.
What is the difference between a checked and an unchecked exception?
A checked exception is a type of exception that must be caught or declared in the method signature, while an unchecked exception is not required to be caught or declared.
What is the difference between the equals() method and the == operator?
The equals() method compares the contents of two objects, while the == operator compares the memory addresses of two objects.
What is Java?
Java is a high-level programming language developed by Sun Microsystems.

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