Explain OOPs concept in python with programatic examples

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Mar 19, 2019 in Python by Sathya
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Python is a multi-paradigm programming language mean it support different programming approach but  one of the popular approach is creating object known as OOPs concept. OOP in Python focuses on creating reusable code for example

class Parrot:

    # class attribute
    species = "bird"

    # instance attribute
    def __init__(self, name, age):
        self.name = name
        self.age = age

# instantiate the Parrot class
blu = Parrot("Blu", 10)
woo = Parrot("Woo", 15)

# access the class attributes
print("Blu is a {}".format(blu.__class__.species))
print("Woo is also a {}".format(woo.__class__.species))

# access the instance attributes
print("{} is {} years old".format( blu.name, blu.age))
print("{} is {} years old".format( woo.name, woo.age))

output:

Blu  is a bird
Woo is also a bird
Blu is 10 years old
Woo is 15 years old
answered Mar 22, 2019 by rajesh
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reshown Dec 8, 2023 by Neelam
Thank you, your code explains the reusability properly.
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OOP reflects the real world behavior of how things work. It is important because

  • It make visualization easier because it is closest to real world scenarios.
  • You can reuse the code, this saves time, and shrinks your project.
  • Once you know the concept, it makes you a cooler coder among your friends ;) .

There are 3 basic features of object oriented programming language:

  • Inheritance
  • Polymorphism
  • Encapsulation

By using these features you can easily reuse your program or part of your program. Object oriented programming provides you a power to do programming in a very effective manner. Learn OOP concept and implement it in your daily programs.

answered Jun 24, 2020 by rahul
• 360 points

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