How can I make a variable private in python

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Is there a way to override the methods and call the private variables in a class in python?
Jul 11, 2019 in Python by Waseem
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Python does not have any private variables like C++ or Java does. You could access any member variable at any time if wanted, too. However, you don't needprivate variables in Python, because in Python it is not bad to expose your classes member variables

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