Python can create objects. An object is a collection of methods and variables.
Objects are always created from classes.

A program can have multiple classes and objects. This concept is known as object orientated programming.


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If an object is created, the method init is called. The self keyword is required in methods and variables to tell Python they belong to the class.

class Website:
def __init__(self,title):
self.title = title

def showTitle(self):

obj = Website('')

In this example we have one object (obj), created from the class Website. The class has two methods: init() and showTitle().


Try the exercises below

  1. Using the code above, create another object

  2. Add a method to the class: location()

After completing these continue with the next exercise.

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