Inheritance and Internals: Object-Oriented Programming in Python

Python includes mechanisms for writing object-oriented code where the
data and operations on that data are structured together. The class keyword
is how you create these structures in Python. The definition of a class can be
based on other classes, allowing the creation of hierarchical structures and
promoting code reuse. This mechanism is known as inheritance.

In this course, you’ll learn about:

  • Basic class inheritance
  • Multi-level inheritance, or classes that inherit from classes
  • Classes that inherit directly from more than one class, or multiple inheritance
  • Special methods that you can use when writing classes
  • Abstract base classes for classes that you don’t want to fully implement yet

This course is the second in a three-part series. Part one




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