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Until I can figure out how to modify my config file to allow me to directly upload text files to this website…

Copy and paste the text in the block below to Notepad (or other plain text editor).
Then save it as “questions.txt” in the same folder your FLASHCARD Python file.

Arithmetic Operator
Boolean Variable
Break Statement
Comparison Operator
Continue Keyword
Datetime Module
Def Keyword
Default Value
Elif Statement
Else Statement
Finally Keyword
Floating Variable
For Loop
Identity Operator
If Statement
io Module
Logic Error
Loosely Typed Language
Math Function
Nested Loop
Nested Statement
os Module
Pass Keyword
Raise Keyword
Random Library
Return Keyword
Runtime Error
String Variable
Syntax Error
sys Module
Try/Except Statement
While Loop
White Space

Copy and paste the text in the block below to Notepad (or other plain text editor).
Then save it as “answers.txt” in the same folder your FLASHCARD Python file.

A logical keyword where both sides of the comparison must be true in order for the statement to be true.
A tool used inside Python to perform basic mathematical operations.
An event which takes place when the user sets a variable to be equal to a string, number, Boolean operator, list, or date.
A type of variable with two possible values: true or false. A Boolean variable is often used to determine a course of action within a program.
A statement used to stop or get out of a loop.
A reference type which is used to encapsulate data and can contain nested types.
A tool used in Python to explain what code does and to tell Python to ignore code temporarily.
An operator which is used inside Python to compare arguments.
A keyword which is used to skip a turn in a loop where a user is displaying a message or running an action a set number of times.
The module used in Python to import dates and times.
A keyword used in Python to begin and define a function.
A value or item in a function which is set by the user to be constant.
An if statement which can check for more than one condition. It is designed to stop after the first match.
A statement used in conjunction with if and elif statements. An else statement provides an option in case all other options fail.
A keyword which is used to deliver a final message to a user regardless of whether an argument was successful or not.
A type of number variable with a decimal. A floating variable is used for storage purposes.
A loop which will act a set number of times before canceling.
A routine which is built by the user, that allows a user to not be required to repeat code up and down through a program.
An operator in Python which is used to determine if two variables have the same ID.
A tool used in Python to instigate action. In the event that something is true, it will perform a designated action.
The process of moving code to the right in order to make it easier to read, and also to complete if statements.
The input/output (io) module is the default module for input and output stream code in Python 3.0.
A versatile method for storing data. A list does not need to have a defined length at the start.
A type of error in Python which occurs when an argument is set incorrectly. The only way around this error is to test the code thoroughly.
A coding language where the user does not need to specify a data type when declaring variables. Python is a loosely typed language.
A function in Python which is used to perform mathematical calculations.
A loop which is placed inside of another loop.
An if statement that is placed inside of another if statement.
The logical keyword which takes a condition set by the user and checks for its opposite.
An item that can be named by a variable. It is the part of code that receives an action.
A logical keyword where only one of the two possibilities need to be true in an argument.
The operating system (os) module allows the user to perform operating system tasks, such as create a folder.
A piece of the os module, the os.path is used to help users to find files and folders on specific paths.
A keyword which is used as a placeholder for a condition or a function until the user knows what they wish to do with the condition or function.
A feature in Python which acts as a library module. It automatically generates documentation on Python modules or keywords.
A type of keyword which is used to display an error message when an exception is caused.
A tool in Python which is used to warehouse all kinds of random number modules.
A keyword which defines the end of a function with an order to return back to regular set code.
A error type which only occurs when an app runs and often results in the app crashing.
A type of variable in Python which is used to store items and information.
An error in programming code which is caused either by a typo or by trying to use an item incorrectly.
A module used to import built-in system functions which can be used in Python.
A statement used to deal with exception handling in Python.
Containers which store information that can be used later.
A loop which proposes an argument where if something is true or false it will run a designated code.
The empty lines of code found in Python. It can be utilized to make code easier to read.
wiki/text_files.txt · Last modified: 2019/08/13 20:52 by paul