Exam 98-381: Introduction to Programming Using Python
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Candidates for this exam should be able to recognize and write syntactically correct Python code, recognize data types supported by Python, and be able to recognize and write Python code that will logically solve a given problem.
Candidates are expected to have had, at a minimum, instruction and/or hands-on experience of approximately 100 hours with the Python programming language, be familiar with its features and capabilities, and understand how to write, debug, and maintain well-formed, well documented Python code.
Part of the requirements for: MTA: Introduction to Programming Using Python
Related exams: none
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- Perform Operations using Data Types and Operators (20-25%)
- Control Flow with Decisions and Loops (25-30%)
- Perform Input and Output Operations (20-25%)
- Document and Structure Code (15-20%)
- Perform Troubleshooting and Error Handling (5-10%)
- Perform Operations Using Modules and Tools (1-5%)
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