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Answer 10

False. The output is shown in Figure 9 . Note the effect of the asterisk * in the argument list of the call to the print function in Figure 8 . This will be important in another question later in this module.

Figure 9 . Answer 10.
[0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6] ok0 1 2 3 4 5 6

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Answer 8

False. The output is shown in Figure 6 . Note the complement operator ^ at the left end of the class in the second if statement in Figure 5 .

Figure 6 . Answer 8.
Match No Match

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Answer 7

False. The output is shown in Figure 4 . See an explanation of lambda and filter at Python Course -- Python 3 Tutorial -- Lambda, filter, reduce and map . See list at The Python Standard Library: 2. Built-in Functions -- class list

Figure 4 . Answer 7.
[6, 7, 8, 9]

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Answer 6

True. See an explanation of lambda at Python Course -- Python 3 Tutorial -- Lambda, filter, reduce and map .

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Answer 5

False. The pattern [^abc$] will match any character other than a, b, c, or $. Note the ^ character at the beginning and see Regular Expression HOWTO .

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Answer 4

True. Although $ is usually a metacharacter, metacharacters are not active inside classes. Inside a class, $ is treated as an ordinary character.

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Answer 3

False. Within a character class, characters can be listed individually, or a range of characters can be indicated by giving two characters and separating them by a single dash as in [abc] or [a-c]. See Regular Expression HOWTO .

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Answer 1

False. The metacharacters are shown in Figure 1 and do not include the exclamation character '!'. See Regular Expression HOWTO .

Figure 1 . Answer 1.
. ^ $ * + ? { } [ ] \ | ( )

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