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Python Object-Oriented Python Instant Objects Your first class

Anurag k
Anurag k
902 Points

your first class

I completely don't know what is instances and correct me in the code below

first_class.py
class Student:
    name = "rag"
    hame="nom"
    Student.hame = me
    print(Student.name)

3 Answers

Mohsen foroughi
Mohsen foroughi
607 Points

class Student():

      name = "rag"

me = Student()

print(me.name)

Anurag k
Anurag k
902 Points

I tried that its saying task 1 no more working

Thomas McDonnell
Thomas McDonnell
8,211 Points

Hi Anurag, There should be no () when you are creating a class. class Student: name = "rag" me = Student() print(me.name)