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Python Object-Oriented Python Instant Objects Your first class

haakon Guttormsen
haakon Guttormsen
2,157 Points

Instance of a class named 'me' and printing out a name attribute.

I want to create an instance of a class named 'me'. Then I want to print the name attribute for my instance. How can I do this?

class Student: 

2 Answers

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
228,013 Points

Creating a new instance is a lot like calling a function. Then accessing an attribute is done with the membership operator ("dot").

If you still need more explicit help, this might be a good time to review previous questions on the same topic.

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