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In this chapter, we introduce classes, which is a fundamental concept in programming. Most modern programming languages support classes or similar concepts, and we have already encountered classes earlier in this book. Recall, for instance, from Chapter 2 how we can check the type of a variable with the type function, and the output will be of the form <class ’int’>, <class ’float’>, and so on.
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