Everything in python is object?

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I am a newbie to Python, can anyone explain the fact that how everything in python is an object? 

Oct 7 in Python by anonymous
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it means your variables are also object and int, tuples, str, etc. are classes. you just create instances of each of those classes which are objects.

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