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02-OOP Key Concepts

 1. Which of the following is NOT a part of Object Oriented Programming? (OOP)

  Encapsulation

  Multitasking

  Inheritance

  Information Hiding

 2. What is the template of an object called?

  Class

  Blueprint

  ObjectTemplate()

  Stencil

 3. OOP promotes a way of programming that allows programmers to think in terms of

  People

  Attributes

  Objects

  Data

 4. "Information Hiding" can also be termed as:

  Cloaking

  Moulding

  Inheritance

  Encapsulation

 5. The process by which one object can acquire the properties of another object is:

  Blueprinting

  Inheritance

  Polymorphism

  Abstraction

 6. A big advantage of OOP over traditional programming is:

  The objects are all declared private

  The ability to re-use classes

  Cachability

  The convenience of giving all objects in a project the same name

 7. "Constructors" in OOP are used to:

  Construct a function

  Construct attributes linked to an polymorphed state

  Initialize a newly created object

  Build a GUI

 8. Two or more methods with the same name in the same class with different arguments is called

  Method overloading

  Method overriding

  Method overcompensating

  Method overusing

 9. In an object oriented language, it is possible to create another class called a 'derived class' that is based on an existing class - The derived class has all the properties of the 'superclass' (the parent class) and also some data and methods of its own.

  False

  True

 10. What is the name of the created class in the below example?
class Dog:

    kind = 'canine'         # class variable shared by all instances
    def __init__(self, name):
        self.name = name    # instance variable unique to each instance

  Dog

  canine

  kind

  class