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Still don't understand @classmethod....
Is @classmethod just like a bookmark to tell the people to work on the code that it belongs to the class method above?
A decorator is a design pattern in Python that allows a user to add new functionality to an existing object without modifying its structure. ... Decorators are usually called before the definition of a function you want to decorate.
Think of a decorator as a function wrapper that boosts an existing function's capabilities
For example, in this video:
Ridley (Sigourney Weaver) is like a function. Her "loader" suit is like a decorator, making her effectively super-human.
These should help you understand Python decorators better:
I hope that helps.
Stay safe and happy coding!