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The Python and Django online test assesses candidates' knowledge of programming using the Django framework and their ability to program in the Python language.

It's an ideal test for pre-employment screening. A good Django developer should be familiar with the most commonly used aspects of the Django framework and be able to leverage those to create web applications.

This test asks candidates to solve live coding problems in Python and answer textual questions about Django.

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Easy
3 min
mca
Public
Django
URL Routing

With APPEND_SLASH set to True, the routes below are for a Django app that maintains movie archives.

from django.urls import path
from . import views

urlpatterns = [
    path('movies/2000/', views.new_millenium),
    path('movies/<int:year>/', views.by_year),
    path('movies/<int:year>/<int:month>/', views.by_year_month),
    path('movies/<int:year>/<int:month>/<slug:other>/', views.by_year_month_detail),
]

Which options are correct for the given routes?

Easy
3 min
mca
Public
Python
Lists
Tuples

A university's Office of Admission keeps track of student majors. Each student can have a single major. Below is an example of how their system stores students, majors, and how it manipulates them:

students = [("Allen Anderson", "Computer Science"),
            ("Edgar Einstein", "Engineering"),
            ("Farrah Finn", "Fine Arts")]
     
def add_new_student(students, name, major):
    students.append((name, major))

def update_student(students, index, name, major):
    students[index] = (name, major)

def find_students_by_name(students, name):
    return [student for student in students if name in student[0]]

def get_all_majors(students):
    return [student[1] for student in students]

What can be concluded from the code snippet above?

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Skills and topics tested

  • Python
  • Bug Fixing
  • Language
  • List Comprehension
  • Strings
  • Arithmetic
  • Monkey Patching
  • Dictionary
  • Exceptions
  • Regex
  • JSON
  • Serialization
  • Sorting
  • Inheritance
  • OOP
  • Tuples
  • Named Tuple
  • Iteration
  • Lists
  • Random
  • Method Overriding
  • Integer Division
  • XML
  • Stream
  • Closures
  • Multithreading
  • Performance Tuning
  • Conditional Statements
  • Linked List
  • Dynamic Objects
  • Stack
  • Django
  • Django Template
  • Django Apps
  • URL Routing
  • Database Migrations
  • View
  • Algorithmic Thinking
  • Set
  • Tree
  • Graphs
  • Queue
  • Memory Management
  • Recursion
  • Data Structures
  • Dynamic Programming

For job roles

  • Django Developer
  • Python Developer
  • Web Developer

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