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Prateek Sharan Lall1,778 Points
This frustrated me to the core. Stopped following up somewhere in the middle. Are these used often?
Do the things showed in the video used very often? Or can we drop these while starting out and may be later understand? It is just frustrating watching Kenneth saying sooo much and all bounced above my head!
Jeff MudayTreehouse Moderator 27,497 Points
The first comment I will say-- if you don't quite follow what Kenneth is doing with subclassing built-ins, that's ok. This is "advanced objects" material. Don't let it stop you from moving on in other areas of Python that excite and interest you. You won't do much complex subclassing tasks in the real world as there are many ways to do something correctly (and clearly).
You will, however, always be using objects some you'll write from scratch, most will come from third-party or standard libraries. Some of these you will use directly or subclass into your own objects. So basic object-oriented-Python is fundamental -- some of the advanced stuff, not so much.
Duarte ReisPython Web Development Techdegree Student 2,395 Points
Jesus! Was ready to give up...and then red this! Thanks a lot!
bright chibuike3,245 Points
Only God knows what am passing through watching this video at the end my eye ball falls back to me very hot. please i need help or i quite .