Getting Started with Python Class 11 Sumita Arora Solution Computer Science Chapter 1

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Chapter 1 : Getting Started with Python

getting started with python class 11 sumita arora
Getting Started with Python Class 11 Sumita Arora

TYPE A : Short Answer Questions/Conceptual Questions

Q1. When was python released?

Ans. Python was released in February 1991. It was developed by Guido Van Rossum.

Q2. Who was Python’s developer and which two languages contributed to python as a programming language?

Ans. Python was developed by Guido Van Rossum. Two languages contributed to python as a programming language are

  1. ABC language
  2. Modula – 3

Q3. What is a Cross platform Software?

Ans. A cross platform software means it can run well on different platform like Windows, Macintosh, Linux/Unix etc.

Q4. What are the advantages of Python Programming Language?

Ans. Advantages of Python Programming Language are :

  1. It is very easy to use
  2. Python is an expressive language.
  3. Python is a cross platform language.
  4. Python is Free and open source

Q5. What are some limitations of Python Programming Language?

Ans. Limitations of Python Programming Language are:

  1. Python is not the fastest language.
  2. Python has less libraries than C++, Java.
  3. It is not strong on Type-Binding.

Q6. In how many different ways, can you work in python?

Ans. In Python we can work in two ways :

  1. Interactive Mode
  2. Script Mode

Q7. What are advantages/disadvantages of working in Interactive mode in Python?

Ans. Advantages of working in Interactive mode are:

  1. Easy to find error.
  2. We can get the answer line by line.
  3. We will get result as soon as we press enter after writing the command.

Disadvantages of working in Interactive mode are:

  1. We can not write the whole program.
  2. We can not save the program.

Q8. What are advantages/disadvantages of working in Script mode in Python?

Ans. Advantages of working in Script mode are:

  1. It is easy to run large program.
  2. We can save entire program for later use.

Disadvantages of working in Script mode are :

  1. We have to save file before executing program.
  2. It is not suitable for testing single command.
getting started with python class 11 sumita arora
Getting Started with Python Class 11 Sumita Arora

Getting Started with Python Class 11 Sumita Arora Solution

TYPE B : Application Based Questions

Q1. Write instructions to get the following result:

Math is Fun so don't be resistant
Just learn the rules, the rules are consistent
And most important, you must be persistent!
 
Adding fractions, get common denominators.
Multiply by missing factors to get the denominators.
Add numerators only, NOT denominators.
 
Do it in both interactive mode and script mode.

Ans. In Interactive mode

Getting Started with Python Class 11 Sumita Arora
Getting Started with Python Class 11 Sumita Arora

In Script Mode

Getting Started with Python Class 11 Sumita Arora
Getting Started with Python Class 11 Sumita Arora

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