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iam new for python language, and getting confusion to use python classes can you tell me about the classes of python
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iam new for python language, and getting confusion to use python classes can you tell me about the classes of python
Without examples of what you are trying to do, I'll describe Object Oriented Programming in general:
Principles of Object Oriented Programming

Object oriented programming (hereafter known as OOP) is popularly based on three principles identified by the acronym PIE: (a) Polymorphism (b) Inheritance (c) Encapsulation These underlying principles evolved at the time when structured programming languages ruled the roost and it was almost impossible to write code in anything but a giant, unintuitive slab.
Python classes enable this model of programming and much more. They can also be used as storage, much like a 'structure' in C, etc.


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