- As Python’s Objects are instances of classes, they are created at the time of instantiation. Eg: object-name = class-name(arguments)
- one or more variables can reference the same object in Python
- Every object holds unique id and it can be obtained by using id() method. Eg: id(obj-name) will return unique id of the given object.
every object can be either mutable or immutable based on the type of data they hold.
- Whenever an object is not being used in the code, it gets destroyed automatically garbage collected or destroyed
- contents of objects can be converted into string representation using a method
Skills PythonQualifications :- High School - SLV, College/University - Graphic Era Deemed Univ University,
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