PrintHello() is a function and a is a variable. None of them are objects.
Both printHello() and a refer to the same object.
PrintHello() and a refer to different objects.
Syntax error! You cannot assign function to a variable in Python.
A = 10 a = 30
A = 10
A = 20
A = 30
A class is blueprint for the object.
You can only make a single object from the given class.
Both statements are true.
Neither statement is true.
Initializes the class for use.
This function is called when a new object is instantiated.
Initializes all the data attributes to zero when called.
None of the above.
class Foo: Pass
class Foo(object): pass class Hoo(object): pass
class Foo: pass class Hoo(Foo): pass
None of the above code.
In Python, same operator may behave differently depending upon operands.
You can change the way operators behave in Python.
Special method __add()__ is called when + operator is used.
All of the above.