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I am able to increment the 'age' variable from within the shell without creating the def __iadd__ method. How come?
I thought the purpose of the def iadd method was to make this increment possible.
The point is of iadd() is to create the ability for in place addition, aka using the +=. Without it python doesn't know what to do and won't assume for you.