python interview questions Here are top 30 objective type sample Python Interview questions and their answers are given just below to them. These sample questions are framed by experts from Intellipaat who trains for Python training to give you an idea of type of questions which may be asked in interview. We have taken full care to give correct answers for all the questions. Do comment your thoughts Happy Job Hunting! 1. What is Python? mycodeschool This item has been hidden This item has been hidden Pointers in C/C++ Play all Pointers is one concept that does not go well with beginners. In this series of videos, we will try to demystify pointers. 10:07 10:57 14:16 12:54 14:41 10:01 16:45 17:26 View 5 more This item has been hidden This item has been hidden
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Define Python String Replace Method with Examples A simple yet powerful way to replace a string in Python is by using the Python string replace() method. In one of our earlier Python tutorials, we did discuss the concept of strings in Python at great length. Perhaps you should read this tutorial if you wish to learn Python strings at a micro level. In today’s post, we’ll not only explain the Python string replace() method but will understand it from the practical point of view. Since Python is one of the best scripting languages that most easily integrates with Selenium Webdriver for web-based automation, which requires a lot of string handling. There you may need to use string handling for building dynamic XPath, comparing dates and searching for substrings.
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19.8. xml.dom — The Document Object Model API — Python 2.7.10rc0 documentation The Document Object Model, or “DOM,” is a cross-language API from the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) for accessing and modifying XML documents. A DOM implementation presents an XML document as a tree structure, or allows client code to build such a structure from scratch. It then gives access to the structure through a set of objects which provided well-known interfaces.
Emulated or Native Shadow DOM in Angular 2 with ViewEncapsulation @toddmotto Shadow DOM has long been a talking point on the web, and the Polymer project pushes the proof of concept quite nicely, however, adoption of “raw” Web Components (Shadow DOM is part of the spec) is low. Instead, frameworks have provided “better” ways to achieve results and develop applications. Angular 2 isn’t ignorant to Web Components at all, and provides us the powerful ability to use native Shadow DOM when we choose. We also have the choice to emulate Shadow DOM through Angular 2, achieving somewhat encapsulated Components and styling. If you need an overview on Web Components and Shadow DOM, I’d check out my article on it! Problem we’re solving
Globalization and Localization Association The localization and language industry is currently a $32 billion market and is growing at a rate of more than 7% annually. It is the fourth-fastest growing industry in the USA and is ranked number one for company start-up opportunities, according to the Centre for Next Generation Localisation. These figures represent a rapidly growing, exciting industry with excellent career prospects. If you are interested in different cultures, technology development or global business, now is the time to start a career in the localization and language industry as it is set for global growth and prosperity. The career paths available in this field are many and varied, ranging from the obvious – such as translators and interpreters – to the lesser known – such as games localization engineers. If you’re creative, there’s a career for you in graphic design.
MongoDB Exercises, Practice, Solution What is MongoDB? MongoDB is a free and open-source cross-platform document-oriented database. Classified as a NoSQL database, MongoDB avoids the traditional table-based relational database structure in favor of JSON-like documents with dynamic schemas, making the integration of data in certain types of applications easier and faster. The best way we learn anything is by practice and exercise questions. We have started this section for those (beginner to intermediate) who are familiar with NoSQL and MongoDB. Hope, these exercises help you to improve your MongoDB query skills.