Python Object Class:
Like Java and C++, Python is also based on OOPs Concept, i.e, Python is an object-oriented programming language which uses classes and objects for computations.
A collection of Objects is termed as Class in OOPs concept. Every class has its own unique and distinguishable attributes and methods.
Anything that has state and behavior can be termed as an Object, be it physical or logical. An Object is an entity mentioned in OOPs concept and is frequently found in Python codes.
Creating an object in Python is similar as calling a function. The objects attributes can then be accessed by using the object name prefix.
class Employees(): def __init__(self, Name, Salary): self.Name = Name self.Salary = Salary def details(self): print "Employee Name : ", self.Name print "Employee Salary: ", self.Salary print "\n" first = Employees("Khush", 10000) second = Employees("Raam", 20000) third = Employees("Lav", 10000) fourth = Employees("Sita", 30000) fifth = Employees("Lucky", 50000) first.details() second.details() third.details() fourth.details() fifth.details()