Building Enumerations With Python’s enum

Some programming languages, such as Java and C++, have built-in support for a data type called enumerations, commonly referred to as enums. Enums enable you to create sets of logically related constants that you can access through the enumeration itself. Unlike these languages, Python doesn’t have a dedicated syntax for enums. However, the Python standard library provides an enum module that offers support for enumerations through the Enum class.

If you’re familiar with enums from other languages and wish to use them in Python, or if you simply want to learn how to work with enumerations, then this video course is designed for you.

In this video course, you’ll discover how to: