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Python Object-Oriented Python Advanced Objects Subclassing Built-ins

Eric Peppler
Eric Peppler
3,675 Points

Heads Up

Just as a note to others, you have to create the file he's working in and change directories in order to follow along, which he never explains.

Created reversedstr.py and put it in the pycache folder. Then, in the console, type cd pycache, then enter python, then import your class from the file. Kenneth really blows through this stuff and does a lot of manual typing into the console at high speed while talking, which is a recipe for getting lost and confused.

Mischa Potter
Mischa Potter
2,553 Points

Btw, there is also a new python OOP course if Kenneth's course is confusing you.

Jonathan Tucker
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Jonathan Tucker
Ubora | Web Development Techdegree Student 16,986 Points

I could not agree with any more, Eric. This Python OOP is super confusing, and Kenneth just blows through the concepts as if the student are veteran pythonistas. Very discouraging.