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Python Object-Oriented Python (retired) Objects __init__

i don't understand __init__ function. see the video named __init__ i have questions plz make me understand..

see in video it has 2 function defined. battlecry function has an argument "self".... am i right it is argument? but in video teacher said it is instance , how it can be?? now in init function it has 4 argument which include self also and when we run our file we do not provide a value to self why ??? plz help me i don't understand init.


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