In Python, you can use Object-Oriented Programming (OOP) to create classes and objects, which are used to model real-world entities.
- A class is a blueprint for creating objects, and it defines the properties and methods that objects can have.
- An object is an instance of a class, and it has all the properties and methods defined in the class.
Below is a simple example that demonstrates how to create classes and objects:
def __init__(self, make, model, year, color):
self.make = make
self.model = model
self.year = year
self.color = color
car = Car("Toyota", "Camry", 2020, "Red")
In this example, we create a class called
Car that has four properties:
__init__ method is a special method that is called when an object of the class is created. It initializes the properties of the object with the values passed as arguments.
We also define a method
display_details that prints the details of the car. Finally, we create an object of the class
Car and call the
display_details method on it to display its details.
This is just a simple example to show the basic structure of a class and object in Python. You can use classes and objects to model much more complex real-world entities, such as cars, employees, students, etc.