I’m going to start learning python as a side hobby. So with all upcoming python related topics will have the title “learning”. Anyways the syntax of python is fairly straight forward but there are some of those bits that is not “fairly” straight forward. Like declaring a class object.
In python depending on the version , there is an old style class and new style class. Old style don’t have inheritance but new style do.
# old style class myClass(): pass # new style class myClass2(Object) # all class inherits Object pass # inheritance class myClass3(myClass, myClass2) pass
The new style class in here has “Object” as base class. All class inherits from Object.
Thats it for class.
By the way comments in python is # and multi-line comments is a little weird but like this
# One line comment """ Im a multi-line comment, and please dont indent this block as it becomes an error. """