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What is a subclass in Python
Hello, I've been slowly working my way through the Object-Oriented Python class in the beginning track. The challenge that I'm has me confused. For starters, it sounds like it is building off of the previous challenge, which it's not. It also sounds like I should already be looking at some code to understand the situation and no started code is provided. In addition, I am unfamiliar with the term subclass in a Python context. Did I totally blank on video and if so does anyone know which one I need to go back and review to know what a subclass is in Python? Thanks
A Subclass is a child Class
So to put it in context
class Liar(list): # 👈 The Subclass or Child Class "Liar" is inheriting from its parent class "list".
If you need help with something else, feel free to ask for help. I would highly recommend rewatching OOP course as it trips all of us.