Number of private variables in class

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Is there any way to know how many private variables are defined in the class?

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In Python, there is no existence of “Private” instance variables which cannot be accessed except inside an object. 

But, a convention is being followed by most Python code and coders i.e., a name prefixed with an underscore, For e.g. _name should be treated as a non-public part of the API or any Python code, whether it is a function, a method or a data member. 

answered Feb 13 by Prateek

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