# NCERT Solution - Lists, Computer Science (Python), Class 11 Notes - Class 11

## Class 11: NCERT Solution - Lists, Computer Science (Python), Class 11 Notes - Class 11

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Question 1: How many types of built-in types of sequences in Python.

Answer: Python has six built-in types of sequences.

Question 2: Write the output of the given Python code. # !/user/bin/python list1 = [‘physics’, ‘chemistry’, 1997, 2000];

list2 = [1,2,3,4,5,6, 7];

print “list1”, list1

Question 3: Write the output of the given Python code. # !/user/bin/python listl = [‘physics’, ‘chemistry’, 1997,2000];

list2 = [1,2, 3,4,5, 6, 7];

print “list2[l:5[ :”, list2[l:5]

Question 4: How can we remove list element ?

Question 5:

Answer: It compares elements of both lists.

Question 6: What is the use of len(list)) in Python?

Answer: It gives the total length of the list.

Question 7: Describe max(list) method.

Answer: It returns item from the list with max value.

Question 8: Describe min(list) method.

Answer: It returns item from the list with min value.

Question 9: What is the use of list(seq) in Python ?

Answer: It converts a tuple into list.

Question 10: What do you mean by list.append(obj)

Answer: Appends object obj to list

Question 11: What do you mean by list.count(obj)

Answer: Returns count how many times obj occurs in list

Question 13: Is list.reverse() method return a value?

Answer: This method does not return any value but reverse the given object from the list Question 14: Which method is used to sort objects of list.

Question 15: Which function is used to reverse objects of list in place.

Question 16: Which function is use for removing object obj from list.

Question 17: Which function is use for returning the lowest index in list that obj appears. Answer: List index (obj).

Short Answer Type Questions (2 marks each)

Question 1: Define list in Python.

Answer: The list is a most versatile datatype available in Python which can be written as a list of commaseparated values (items) between square brackets. Good thing about a list is that items in a list need not

list3 = ’[‘a”, “b”, “c”, “d”];

Question 2: Give an example to access values in lists.

Answer: To access value in lists, use the square brackets for slicking along with the index or indices to obtain value available at that index.

Following is a simple example :

# !/user/bin/python

list1 = [‘physics’, ‘chemistry’, 1997, 2000];

list2 = [1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7];

print “list1 :”,

list1  print “list2[1 :5]:”, list2[1:5]

When the above code is executed, it produces the following result:

list1 : physics list2[1:5] : [2, 3, 4, 5]

Question 3: Give an example to update single or multiple elements of lists

Answer: You can update single or multiple elements of lists by giving the slice on the left-hand side of the assignment operator, and you can add elements in a list with the append( ) method. Following is a simple example: # !/user/bin/python

listl = [‘physics’, ‘chemistry’, 1997, 2000];

print “Value available at index 2 :” print list;

list = 2001;

print “New value available at index 2 :”

Value available at index 2 : 1997

New value available at index 2 : 2001

Question 4: Give an example to remove list element.

Answer: To remove a list element, you can use either I the del statement if you know exactly which ‘ element(s) you are deleting or the remove I ( ) method if you do not know. Following is a simple example:

# !/user/bin/python

list1 = [‘physics’, ‘chemistry’, 1997, 2000];

print list1; del list1 ;

print “After deleting value at index 2 :” print list1;

When the above code is executed, it produces the following result: [‘physics’, ‘chemistry’, 1997, 2000];

After deleting value at index 2;

[‘physics’, ‘chemistry’, 2000]

Question 5: Describe list() with its syntax. Answer: The method list() takes sequence types and converts them to lists. It is used to convert a given tuple into list. Syntax Following is the syntax for list() method : list (seq)

list1, list2 = [123, ‘xyz’], [456, ‘abc’] print cmpt(list1, list2);

print cmp(list2, list1);

list3 = list2 + ; print cmp(list2, list3)

Answer: This will produce the following result: -1 1 -1

Question 7: Write the output of the given Python code :

#!/user/bin/python

aList = [123, ‘xyz’, ‘zara’, ‘abc’, 123];

bList = [2009, ‘manni’];

aList.extend (bList) print “Extended List :”, aList;

Answer: This will produce the following result:

Extended List : [123, ‘xyz’, ‘zara’, ‘abc’, 123, 2009, ‘manni’]

Question 8: Write the output of the given python code :

# ! ‘user/bin’pvthon

aList1 = [123, ‘xvz’, zara’, abc’];

This will produce the following result: Index for xyz : 1

Index for xxx : 2

Question 9: Write the output of the given python code :

# !/user/bin/python

aList = [123, ‘xyz’, ‘zara’, ‘abc’];

aList.insert (3,2009) print “Final List:”, aList

Answer: Output: Final List: [123, ‘xyz’, ‘zara’, 2009, ‘abc’]

Question 10: Write the output of the given python code :

#!/user/bin/python

aList1 = [123, ‘xyz’, ‘zara’, ‘abc’];

aList.insert (3,2009) print “Final Lista List

Answer: Output: Final List: [123, ‘xyz’, ’zara1, 2009,’abc1’]

Question 11: Write the output of the given python code :

# !/user/bin/python

aList1 = [123, ‘xyz’, ‘zara’, ‘abc’];

print “A List:”, aList.pop()

print “B List:”, aList.pop(2)

A = [2, 4, 6, 8,10]

L = len (A)

S = o for I in range (1, L, 2):

S + = A[I]

print “Sum=”, S

Justification:

A = 4 step size = 2

A = 8

S = 4 + 8 = 12

Question 13: How are lists different from strings when both are sequences ?

Answer: The lists and strings are different in following ways :

(a) The lists are mutable sequences while strings are immutable.

(b) Strings store single type of elements, all characters while lists can store elements belonging to different types.

(c) In consecutive locations, strings store the individual characters while list stores the references of its elements.

Question 14: Write a program to calculate and display the sum of all the odd numbers in the list.

Answer: pos = 0 sum = 0

Question 15: Define a function overlapping ( ) that takes two lists and returns True if they have at least one member in common, False otherwise.

11 = len (a)

12 = len (b)

for i in range (11):

for j in range (12):

if a[i] == b[j] : return

True else return False

Question 16: Write a program to find all duplicates in a list. [CBSE Text Book]

for elem in a: if elem in d:

d[elem] + = 1 else: d[elem] = 1

print elem

print [x for x, y in d.items() if y > 1],

print “have duplicates” print d Output screenshot:

Question 1: What is string in Python and how can we access values in list.

Answer: The most basic data structure in Python is the sequence. Each element of a sequence is assigned a number – its position or index. The first index is zero, the second index is one, and so forth. Python has six built -in types of sequences, but the most common ones are lists and tuples. There are certain things you can do with all sequence types. These operations include indexing, slicing, adding, multiplying, and checking for membership. In addition, Python has built-in functions for finding the length of a sequence and for finding its largest and smallest elements. Python Lists: The list is a most versatile datatype available in Python which can be written as a list of comma- seprated values (items) between brackets. Good thing about a list is that items in a list need not all have the same type. Creating a list is as simple as putting different comma-separated values between square brackets.

For example: list1 = [‘physics’, ‘chemistry’, 1997,2000];

list2 = [1, 2, 3,4,5];

list3 = [“a”, “b”, ”c”, “d”];

Like string indices, list indices start at 0, and lists can be sliced, concatenated and so on. Accessing Values in Lists : To access values in lists, use the square brackets for slicing along with the index or indices to obtain value available at that index. Following is a simple example :

# !/user/bin/python list = [‘physics’, ‘chemistry’, 1997,2000];

list2 = [1,2, 3,4,5,6, 7];

print “list1 :”, list1 

print “list2[1:5]:”, list2[1:5] list 2[1:5]: [2, 3, 4, 5]

You can update single or multiple elements of lists by giving the slice on the left-hand side of the assignment operator, and you can add to elements in a list with the append() method. Following is a simple example:

# !/user/bin/python list = [‘physics’, ‘chemistry’, 1997, 2000];

print “Value available at index 2 :” print list;

list  = 2001;

print “New value available at index 2 :” print list ;

When the above code is executed it produces the following result:

Value available at index 2 : 1997

New value available at index 2 : 2001

Delete List Elements: To remove a list element, you can use either the del statement if you know exactly which element(s) you are deleting of the remove() method if you do not know. Following is a simple example :

# !/user/bin/python

list1 = [‘physics’, ‘chemistry’, 1997, 2000];

print list1; del list1 ;

print “After deleting value at index 2:” print list1;

When the above code is executed, it produces the following result: [‘physics’, ‘chemistry’, 1997, 2001]

After deleting value at index 2 :

import random

m1 = input (“Enter total number of rows in the first matrix”)

n1 = input (“Enter total number of columns in the first matrix”)

a = [[random.random() for row in range(m1) for col in range (n1)]

for i in range (m1)

for j in range (n1): a[i][j] = input()

m2 = input (“Enter total number of rows in the second matrix”)

n2 = input (“Enter total number of columns in the second matrix”)

b = [[random.random ()

for row in range (m2)]

for col in range (n2)]

for i in range (m2):

for j in rnage (n2):

b [i][j] = input ()

c = [[random.random ()

for row in range (ml)]

for col in range (n1)]

if ((m1 = m2) and (n1 = = b)):

print “Output is”

for i in range (m1):

for j in range (n1)] c[i][j] = a[i][j] + b[i][j]

print c[i][j], ‘it’, print else :

print “Matrix addition is not possible”

Question 4: Write a program to input any two matrices and print product of matrices.

m1 = input (“Enter number of rows in first matrix”)

n1 = input (“Enter number of columns in first matrix”)

a = [[random.random ()

for row in range (m1)]

for col in range (n1)]

b = [[random.random ()

for row in range (m2)]

for cal in range (n2)]

for i in range (m2):

for j in range (n2):

b[i][j] = input ()

c = [[random.random ()

for row in range (ml)]

for col in range (n2)]

if (n1 = = m2): for i in range (m1):

for j in range (n2): c[i][j] = 0

for kin range (n1):

c[i][j] + = a[i][k]*b[k][j]

print c[i][j], ‘\t’, print else:

print “Multiplication is not possible”

Question 5: Write a program to input any matrix and print both diagonal values of the matrix.

m = input (“Enter the number of rows”)

n = input (“Enter the number of columns”)

a = [[random.random ()

for row in range (m)]

for cal in mange (n)]

if i in range (m):

for j in range (n):

a[i][j] = input () print “First diagonal”

for i in range (m): print a[i][j], ‘\t’ k = m – 1

print “second diagonal”

for j in range (m):

print a[j][k], ‘\t’

Write a program to input n x m matrix and find the sum of all numbers.

Answer: def summat (a, m, n):

s = 0 for i in range (m):

for j in range (n):

s + = a[i][j] return s

Question 7: Write a program to perform various list operations after displaying menu. Answer: ch = 0

list = []

while true : print “List Menu”

print “2.Modify” print “3.Delete”

print “4.Sort list”

print “5.Display list”

print “6.Exit” ch = int (raw_input (“Enter your choice :”))

if ch = = 1 : print “1.Add element”

ch1 = int (raw_input (“Enter choice 1 or 2:”))

if chi = = 1: item = int (raw_input (“Enter element:”))

pos = int (raw_input

else: print “Valid choices are 1 or 2”

elif ch = = 2 : pos = int (raw_input (“Enter position :”))

intem = int (raw_input (“Enter new value :”))

old = list[pos] list[.pos] = item

print old, ‘modified with vlaue”,

item elif ch = = 3:

print “1.Delete element by position”

print “2.Delete element by value”

ch1 = int (raw_input (“Enter you choice 1 or 2’))

if chi = = 1: pos = int (raw_input (“Enter position :”))

item = list.pop (pos)

print item, “deleted”

elif ch1 = = 2: item = int (raw_input (“Enter element:”))

pos = list.remove (item)

print “Succcessfully delted” else :

print “Valid choices are 1 or 2”

elif ch = = 4 : print “l.Ascending”

print “2.Descending” chi = int (raw input (“Enter choice 1 or 2”))

if chi = = 1: list. sot ()

elif ch1 = = 2: list.sort (reverse = True)

else : print “Valid choices are 1 or 2”

Question 8: Write a program to pass any list and to arrange all numbers in descending order.

for i in range (n – 1):

for j in range (n – i – 1):

if l[j] > l[j +1] :

temp = l[j] l[j] = l[j+l] l[j+l] = temp

Question 9: Write the output for the following codes. [CBSE Text Book] A= (10:1000,20:2000,30:3000,40:4000, 50:5000} print A.items() print A.keys() print A.values()

Answer: [(40, 4000), (10, 1000), (20, 2000), (50, 5000), (30, 3000)]

[40,10, 20, 50, 30]

[4000,1000, 2000,5000,3000]

Topic – 2 Tuples

Very Short Answer type Questions [1 mark each]

Question 2: Can we remove individual tuple elements ?

Answer: No, we cannot remove individual tuple elements.

Question 3: Which function is use for comparing elements of both tuples.

Question 4: Which function gives the total length of the tuple.

Question 5: Which function returns item from the tuple with max value.

Short Answer type Questions  [2 mark each]

Question 1: What is tuple ?

Answer: Tuple is a sequence of immutable Python objects. Tuples are sequences, just like lists. The only difference is that tuples can’t be changed i.e.,tuples are immutable and tuples use parentheses and lists use square brackets. Creating a tuple is as simple as putt ing different comma- separated values and optionally you can put these comma-separated values between parentheses also.

For example : tup1 = (‘physics’, ‘chemistry’, 1997, 2000);

tup2 = (1,2, 3,4, 5);

tup3 = “a”, “b”, “c”, “d”;

#Following action is not valid for tuples #tup1  = 100;

#So let’s create a new tuple as follows tup3 = tup1 + tup2;

print tup3;

Answer: Output : (12,34.56, ’abc’, ‘xyz’)

Question 3: Write the output of the given python code :

# !/user/bin/python tuple1,

tuple2 = (123, ‘xyz’), (456, ‘abc’)

print cmp (tuple1, tuple2) ;

print cmp (tuple2, tuple1) ;

tuple3 = tuple2 + (786,);

print cmp (tuple2, tuple3)

Answer: Output : -1 1 -1

Question 4: Write the output of the given python code :

#!/user/bin/python

tuple1, tuple2 = (123, ‘xyz’, ‘zara’, ‘abc’), (456, 700, 200)

print “min value element : “, min (tuple1);

print “min value element : “, min (tuple2);

Answer: Output : min value element : 123 min value element : 200

Tuple is a sequence of immutable Python object. Tuples are sequences, just like lists. The only difference is that tuples can’t be changed i.e.,tuples are immutable and tuples use parentheses and lists use square brackets. Creating a tuple is as simple as putting different comma-separated values and optionally you can put these comma -separated values between parentheses also.

For example : tup1 = (‘physics’, ‘chemistry1,1997,2000) ;

tup2 = (1, 2, 3, 4, 5);

tup3 = “a”, “b”, “c”, “d”;

The empty tuple is written as two parentheses containing nothing : tup1 = ( ) ;

To write a tuple containing a single value you have to include a comma, even though there is only one tup1 = (50,);

Like string indices, tuple indices start at 0, and tuples can be sliced, concatenated and so on.

Accessing Values in Tuples : To access value in tuple, use the square brackets for slicing along with the index or indices to obtain value available at that index.

Following is a simple example :

# !/user/bin/python

tup1 = (‘physics’, ‘chemistry’, 1997,2000);

tup2 = (1, 2, 3,4,5,6, 7); print “tup1”,

tup1 print “tup2[1:5]:”,

tup2[1:5]

When the above code is executed, it produces the following result : tup1 : physics tup2[1:5]: [2, 3,4,5]

Question 2: How we update and delete tuples ?

Answer: Updating Tuples : Tuples are immutable which means you cannot update them or change values of tuple elements. But we are able to take portions of an existing tuples to create a new tuples as follows. Following is a simple

#tup1 = 100;

#So lets create a new tuple as follows : tup3 = tup1 + tup2; print tup3;

When the above code is executed, it produces the following result : (12,34.56, ‘abc’, ‘xyz’) Delete Tuple Elements : Removing individual tuple elements is not possible. There is, of course, nothing wrong with putting together another tuple with the undesired elements discarded. To explicity remove an entire tuple, just use the del statement. Following is a simple example : #!/user/bin/python tup = (‘physics’, ‘chemistry’, 1997,2000);

print tup; del tup;

print “After deleting tup:”

print tup; This will produce following result.

Note an exception raised, there is because after del tup tuple does not exist any more : (‘physics’, ‘chemistry’, 1997,2000)

After deleting tup :

Traceback (most recent call last) :

Fill “test.py”, line 9, in < modulo> print tup;

Name Error : name ‘tup’ is not defined

Question 3: Explain cmp(tuplel, tuple2) with example.

Answer: cmp(tuple1, tuple2) Despription : The method cmp( ) compares elements of two tuples.

Syntax : Following is the syntax for cmp( ) method :

Return Value : If elements are of the same type, perform the compare and return the result. If elements are different types, check to see if they are numbers. If numbers, perform numeric conversion if necessary and compare. If either element is a number, then the other element is “larger” (numbers are “smallest”). Otherwise, types are sorted alphabetically by name. If we reached the end of one of the tuples, the longer tuple is “larger”. If we exhaust both tuples and share the same data, the result is a tie, meaning that 0 is returned.

Example : The following example shows the usage of cmp( ) method

#!/user/bin/python tuple1,

tuple2 = (123, ‘xyz’), (456, ‘abc’)

print cmp(tuple1, tuple2);

print cmp(tuple1, tuple1);

tuple3 = tuple2 + (786,);

print cmp (tuple2, tuple3)

Let us compile and run the above program, this will produce the following result : -1 1 -1

Question 4: Explain tuple(seq) function of the python also give example.

Answer: tuple(seq) Description : The method tuple( ) is used to convert list into a tuple. Syntax : Following is the syntax for tuple( ) method : tuple (seq)

Parameters :

• seq – This is a list to be converted into tuple. Return Value

aTuple = tuple (aList) print “Tuple elements :”,aTuple Let us compile and run the above program, this will produce the followin’,

result : Tuple elements : (123, ‘xyz’, ‘zara’, ‘abc’)

Question 5: Write a program to input ‘n’ numbers and store it in tuple.

Answer: t = tuple ( )

n = input (“Enter any number”)

print “Enter all numbers one after other” for i in range (n) :

a = input (“Enter number”) t = t+(a, )

print “Output is” print t

Question 6: Write a program to input any two tuples and interchange the tupel values. Answer: t1 = tuple( )

n = input(“Total number of values m first tuple”)

for i in range (n): a = input(“Enter elements”)

t2 = t2 + (a, ) print “First tuple”

print t1 print “Second tuple”

print t2 t1, t2 = t2, t1

print “After swapping”

print “First tuple”

print t1

Example T=(10,20,30,40,50,60)

Tl=(10,30,50) T2=(20,40,60)

Answer: t=tuple( ) n=input(” Enter number of values:”)

for i in range(n): a=input(“enter elements”)

t=t+(a,) t1=t2=tuple( )

for i in t: if i%2 == 0: t2= t2 + (i,)

else: tl=tl+(i,)

print “First Tuple”

print t1

print “Second Tuple”

print t2

Output: Enter number of values: 10 enter elements 1 enter elements 9

enter elements 8 enter elements 5 enter elements

2 enter elements 3 enter elements 6 enter elements

4 enter elements 7 enter elements 10 employees.

n=input(“Enter total number of employees”)

for i in range(n):

a=input(“enter salary of employee:”) t=t+(a,)

print “maximum salary=”,max(t)

print “minimum salary=”,min(t)

Output : Enter total number of employees 3 enter salary of employee:

7800 enter salary of employee:

8934 enter salary of employee:

6544 maximum salary = 8934

minimum salary = 6544

Topic – 3

Dictionaries Short Answer type Questions  [2 mark each]

Question 1: How are dictionaries different from lists ?

Answer: The dictionary is similar to lists in the sense that it is also a collection of data-items just like lists but it is different form lists in the sense that lists are sequential collections and dictionaries are non-sequential collections. In lists, where there is an order associated with the data items because they act as storage units for other objects or variables created. Dictionaries are different from lists and tuples because the group of objects they hold are not in any particular order, but rather each object has its own unique name, commonly known as a key.

long enough searching this list for a specific phone number will get time consuming. Better would be if we could index the list by our friend’s name. This is precisely what a dictionary does.

Question 3: Write a program to print the worker’s informations (Name age, salary) in records format.

Answer: Employees = {‘Rohan’ : {‘age’ : 20, ‘salary’ : 10000},

‘Mohan’ : {‘age’ : 30, ‘salary’ : 15000}}

for key in Employees :

print “Employee”, key + ‘:’ print ‘Age :’ + str (Employees [key] [‘age’]

print ‘Salary :’ + str (Employees [key] [‘salary’])

Question 4: What is a key-value pair with reference to Python dictionary ?

Answer: A dictionary is a mapping between a set of indices (which are called keys) and a set of values. Each key maps a value. The association of a key and a value is called a key-value pair.

Question 5: What are the characteristics of Python Dictionaries ?

Answer: The 3 main characteristics of a dictionary are :

1. Dictionaries are Unordered : The dictionary elements (key-value pairs) are not in ordered form.

2. Dictionary Keys are Case Sensitive : The same key name but with different case are treated as different keys in Python dictionaries.

3. No duplicate key is allowed : When duplicate keys encountered during assignment, the last assignment wins.

4. Keys must be immutable : We can use strings, numbers or tuples as dictionary keys but something like [‘key’] is not allowed.

Long Answer type Questions [4 mark each]

based on key and values. Syntax Following is the syntax for cmp( ) method : cmp(dict1, dict2) Parameters

• dict1 – This is the first dictionary to be compared with dict2.

• dict2 – This is the second dictionary to be compared with dict1.

Return value : This method returns 10 if both dictionaries are equal, – 1 if dictl < dict2 and 1 if dictl > dict2.

Example : The following example shows the usage of comp( ) method.

# !/user/bin/python

dict1 = {‘Name’ : ‘Zara’, ‘Age’ : 7};

dict2 = {‘Name1 : ‘Mahnaz’, ‘Age’ : 27};

dict3 = {‘Name’ : ‘Abid’, ‘Age’ : 27);

dict4 = {‘Name’ : ‘Zara’, ‘Age’ : 7};

print “Return Value : %d”, % cmp (dict1, dict2)

print “Return Value : %d”, % cmp (dict2, dict3)

print “Return Value : %d”, % cmp (dictl, dict4)

Let us compile and run the above program, this will produce the following result :

Return Value : – 1 .

Return Value : 1

Return Value : 0

Question 2: Explain str(dict) with example.

Answer: Description The method str( ) produces a printable string representation of a dictionary.

Syntax Following is the syntax for str( ) method :

str(dict) Parameters

# !/user/bin/python diet = {‘Name’ :’Zara’, ‘Age’ : 7);

print “Equivalent String : %s” %str (dict)

Let us compile and run the above program, this will produce the following result : Equivalent String : {‘Age’ : 7, ‘Name’ : ‘Zara’}

Question 3: Describe dict.fromkeys( ) with example.

The method fromkeys( )

creates a new dictionary with keys from seq and values set to value.

Syntax

Following is the syntax for fromkeys( ) method :

dict.fromkeys{seq[,value])} Parameters :

• seq – This is the list of values which would be used be used for dictionary keys preparation.

• value – This is optional, if provided then value would be set to this value. Return Value This method returns the list.

Example : The following example shows the usage of fromkeys( ) method. #!/user/bin/python

seq = {‘name’, ‘age’, ’sex’)

diet = dict.from keys(seq)

print “New Dictionary : %s” % str(dict)

dict = dict.from keys(seq, 10)

print “New Dictionary : %s” % str(dict)

Let us compile and run the above program, this will produce the following result :

New Dictionary : {‘age’ : None, ‘name’ : None, ‘sex’: None}

New Dictionary : {‘age’ : 10, ‘name’ : 10, ‘sex’ : 10}

Question 4: Write a program to input total number of sections and class teacher’s name in 11th class and display all

while i < = n : a = raw_input (“enter section”)

b = raw input (“enter class teacher name”)

classxi[a] = b i = i + 1

print “Class”, “\t”, “Section”, \t„, “Teacher Name”

for i in classxi :

print “XI”, “\t”, i, “\t”, class xi[i]

Question 5: Write a Python program to input ‘n’ names and phone numbers to store it in a dictionary and to input any name and to print the phone number of the particular name. Answer: phonebook = dict( )

n = input (“Enter total number of friends”)

i = 1

while i<=n : a = raw_input (“Enter name”)

b = raw_input (“Enter phone number”)

phonebook [a] = b i = i + 1 name = raw_input (“Enter name”) f = 0

l = phonebook.keys( )

for i in l : if (comp (i, name) = = 0) :

print “Phone number =”, phonebook[i] f = 1 if (f = = 0):

print “Given name not exist”

n=input(” Enter total number of friends to create a telephone book”)

i=l

while i<=n:

a=raw_input(“enter name”)

b=raw_input(“enter phone number”)

phonebook[a]=b i=i+l

name=raw_input(“enter friend’s name to search for”)

f=0 l=phonebook.keys( )

for i in l: if(cmp(i,name) == 0):

print “Phone number= “,phonebook[i] f=l if (f==0):

print “Given name not exist”

Output: Enter total number of friends to create a telephone book 5

enter name Ramu

enter phone number 9842311111

enter name Raju

enter phone number 9842309564

enter name Sarita

enter phone number 9842398765

enter name Sowmya

enter phone number 9842399922

enter name Karan

enter phone number 9842366554

enter friend’s name to search for Sarita Phone number = 9842398765

=l while i<=n: a=raw_input(” enter city name”)

b=raw_input(“enter population”)

city[a] =b i=i+l

print city Output : enter city name Chennai

enter population 3400000

enter city name Mumbai

enter population 8900000

enter city name Bangalore

enter population 98700

enter city name Calicut

enter population 560000

enter population 900000 {‘Bangalore’: ‘ 98700’/ Hyderabad’: ‘ 900000’, ‘ Chennai’: ‘ 3400000’, ‘ Mumbai’: ‘ 8900000’, ‘ Calicut’: ‘ 560000’}

Question 8: Write a code to create customer’s list with their number & name and delete any particular customer using his /her number.

n=input(” Enter total number of customers”)

i=l while i<=n:

a=raw_input(“enter customer name”)

b=raw_input(“enter customer number”)

customer[a]=b i=i+l

for i in 1: print i/\t’,customer[i]

Output : Enter total number of customers 5 enter customer name Rohan

enter customer number 123678

enter customer name Ranjish

enter customer number 123677

enter customer name Suraj

enter customer number 123899

enter customer name Damu

enter customer number 123777

enter customer name Dhariya

enter customer number .123885

enter customer name to delete Suraj

Customer Information Name number

Rohan 123678

Dhariya 123885

Ranjish 123677

Damu 123777

Question 9: Find errors from the following codes: c=dict( )

n=input(Enter total number) i=l

while i<=n a=raw_input(“enter place”)

b=raw_input(” enter number”)

c(a)=b i=i+l

print “place”,”\t”/’number” for i in c:

while i<=n: a=raw_input(“enter place”)

b=raw_input(“enter number”)

c[a]=b i=i+l print “place”,”\t”/”number”

for i in c: print i.”\t”.c[il

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