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July 11, 2020 at 7:52 pm #931Abhishek TyagiKeymaster
1- Complete the script by filling in the missing parts. The function receives a name,
then returns a greeting based on whether or not that name is “Taylor”.
def greeting(name): if name == "Taylor": return "Welcome back Taylor!" else: return "Hello there, " + name print(greeting("Taylor")) print(greeting("John"))
2- What’s the output of this code if number equals 10?
if number > 11: print(0) elif number != 10: print(1) elif number >= 20 or number < 12: print(2) else: print(3)
3- Is “A dog” smaller or larger than “A mouse”? Is 9999+8888 smaller or larger than 100*100?
Replace the plus sign in the following code to let Python check it for you and then answer.
Answer- `print(“A dog” > “A mouse”)
print(9999+8888 > 100*100)`
4- If a filesystem has a block size of 4096 bytes, this means that a file comprised of only one byte will still use 4096 bytes of storage. A file made up of 4097 bytes will use 4096*2=8192 bytes of storage. Knowing this, can you fill in the gaps in the calculate_storage function below,
which calculates the total number of bytes needed to store a file of a given size?
def calculate_storage(filesize): block_size = 4096 # Use floor division to calculate how many blocks are fully occupied full_blocks = filesize//block_size # Use the modulo operator to check whether there's any remainder partial_block_remainder = block_size%filesize # Depending on whether there's a remainder or not, return # the total number of bytes required to allocate enough blocks # to store your data. if partial_block_remainder > 0: return 8192 else: return 4096 #pass return full_blocks print(calculate_storage(1)) # Should be 4096 print(calculate_storage(4096)) # Should be 4096 print(calculate_storage(4097)) # Should be 8192 print(calculate_storage(6000)) # Should be 8192
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