In OOP object represents a real-world entity In Python it s an instance of a class encapsulating data and related operations It s a fundamental concept even for newcomers

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When I put my question into Google, this was the first answer that came up.

This is what it means: a class's constructor is used to make an object. Then, this object will be called the class's instance.

According to Wikipedia, an object is a specific member of a class. Objects are made up of ideas. They have both information and ways to change that information. Most of the time, the info can't be seen outside of the object.

I'm hoping that someone could help me understand this important idea or point me in the right direction for more information. Thank you!
Sep 13, 2023 in Python by Satyawrat
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