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Object Oriented Programming (OOP) in Python — for Beginners (Part 1)
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Object Oriented Programming (OOP) in Python — for Beginners (Part 1)

Last Updated on September 9, 2023 by Editorial Team

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Originally published on Towards AI.


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In this first part of the series Object Oriented Programming (OOP) in Python – for Beginers, we'll embark on a journey to demystify the concept of classes and objects. We'll walk through the basics of creating and using classes, defining attributes and methods, and even explore how to pass different arguments to create unique instances. Throughout this journey, we'll explain each concept with straightforward, easy-to-understand examples.

1 OOP2 Classes2.1 Attributes2.2 Methods3 Init method & self4 Conclusion5 References

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