Write a function that receives one single param, and returns a String explaining which type of object the param is.

If given param is not instance of any of the basic data types, say you don't know what it is.

hint: you might want to use the isinstance() Python built-in function to determine which type a param is.

Examples:

>>> what_is_this(1)
"This is an Integer."
>>> what_is_this("Hello World!")
"This is a String."
>>> what_is_this(True)
"This is a Boolean."
>>> what_is_this(2.8)
"This is an Float."
>>> what_is_this(object())
"I have no idea what this is"
import unittest


class WhatIsThisTestCase(unittest.TestCase):

    def test_what_is_this_integer(self):
        self.assertEqual(what_is_this(10), "This is an Integer.")

    def test_what_is_this_string(self):
        self.assertEqual(what_is_this("Hello"), "This is a String.")

    def test_what_is_this_boolean(self):
        self.assertEqual(what_is_this(True), "This is a Boolean.")

    def test_what_is_this_float(self):
        self.assertEqual(what_is_this(10.92), "This is a Float.")

    def test_what_is_this_float(self):
        self.assertEqual(what_is_this(object()), "I have no idea what this is")