Showing posts with the label Object-oriented programming

Python Object Oriented Programming - Classes and Objects

There are numerous built-in types in Python, such int, str, and others, that we can utilize in our programs. However, Python also lets you use classes to define your own kinds.  A class is an object-creation code template. Objects have behaviors and member variables attached to them. The keyword 'class' in Python creates a class. Using the class constructor, an object is made. Everybody knows something about a person with a name, age, and a few more details. A person is capable of walking, running, thinking, and other activities. In other words, we can refer to this representation—which consists of a collection of traits and behaviors—as a class. The particular way that this pattern is embodied varies; for instance, some persons only have one name, while others have multiple names. Additionally, a real person will represent an object of this class. The class is defined using the keyword 'class': class class_name:     class_attributes     class_methods In a class, attri