Information about functions or classes in Python

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How to get information about functions and classes in Python?
Jun 13 in Python by Wajiha
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Information about functions, classes, modules, etc can be fetched using the help() method Python. This function contains the documentation of all Python objects.

The syntax is as follows:

help([object])

Therefore, you can access information about any Python object by just passing it as a parameter to this function.
answered Jun 13 by Nisa
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