Is Python fully object oriented

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Python does not support private, public, protected access level modifiers. So is it fully object oriented and why not? Can anyone tell the advantages and disadvantages of it?
Nov 27, 2018 in Python by ana1504.k
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Python supports most of the terms associated with "objected-oriented" programming language except strong encapsulation.

It is not completely Object oriented because Guido never believed in hiding things and that is the only simple philosophy behind it.

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answered Nov 27, 2018 by SDeb
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Python supports all the concept of "object oriented programming" but it is NOT fully object oriented because - The code in Python can also be written without creating classes.
answered Sep 13, 2020 by Anjali Chauhan

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