OOPs Interview Question

Question:1 What do you understand by object oriented programming in Python?

Object oriented programming refers to the process of solving a problem by creating objects. This approach takes into account two key factors of an object- attributes and behaviour.

Question:2 How are classes created in Python? Give an example

class Node(object):
  def __init__(self):

Here Node is a class

Question: 3 Explain Inheritance in Python with an example.

Inheritance allows One class to gain all the members(say attributes and methods) of another class. Inheritance provides code reusability, makes it easier to create and maintain an application. The class from which we are inheriting is called super-class and the class that is inherited is called a derived / child class.

They are different types of inheritance supported by Python:

  1. Single Inheritance – where a derived class acquires the members of a single super class.
  2. Multi-level inheritance – a derived class d1 in inherited from base class base1, and d2 are inherited from base2.
  3. Hierarchical inheritance – from one base class you can inherit any number of child classes
  4. Multiple inheritance – a derived class is inherited from more than one base class.

Question: 4 What is Encapsulation?

Encapsulation is also a part of  OOPs concept. It refers to the bundling of data with the methods that operate on that data. It also helps to restrict any direct access to some of an object’s components.

Question:5 How do you do data abstraction in Python?

Data Abstraction is providing only the required details and hiding the implementation from the world. It can be achieved in Python by using interfaces and abstract classes.

Question:6 Does python make use of access specifiers?

Python does not deprive access to an instance variable or function. Python lays down the concept of prefixing the name of the variable, function or method with a single or double underscore to imitate the behavior of protected and private access specifiers. 

Question:7 What is method overloading?

There is a concept where two or more methods can have the same name. But they should have different parameters, different numbers of parameters, different types of parameters, or both. These methods are known as overloaded methods and this feature is called method overloading

Question: 8 What is method overriding?

Method overriding is a concept of object-oriented programming.

It is a language feature that allows a subclass or child class to provide a specific implementation of a method which is already provided by one of its super classes or parent classes.

Question: 9 What are constructors? and Types of constructor

The constructor has the same name as the class.
A constructor is also a special kind of method. It is used to initialize objects of the class.
Types of constructor depend upon languages

Private Constructor
Default Constructor
Copy Constructor
Static Constructor
Parameterized Constructor.

Question: 10 What is the super keyword?

The super keyword is used to invoke the overridden method, which overrides one of its superclass methods. This keyword allows to access overridden methods and also to access hidden members of the superclass.

It also forwards a call from a constructor, to a constructor in the superclass.