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Python 3.8 Object Oriented Programming | Homework + Answers [Free Online Course] - TechCracked

Python 3.8 Object Oriented Programming | Homework + Answers

Learn object oriented programming concept in Python 3.8. The course contains a lot of examples.

This course includes
  • 2.5 hours on-demand video
  • 8 articles
  • 5 downloadable resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Assignments
  • Certificate of Completion


What you'll learn
  • Learn four concepts of object oriented programming
  • Understand why it is worth to use object oriented programming
  • Understand the difference between an object and a class
  • Learn about attributes and methods
  • Understand self and __init__ method
  • Private attributes in Python
  • Getter, setter and @property decorator in Python
  • Inheritance - base classes and derived classes
  • Multiple inheritance and MRO
  • super() function
  • Special / Dunder methods - __len__ __repr__ __str__ __add__ __lt__ and others
  • Understand the difference between self and cls
  • @classmethod @staticmethod
  • Polymorphism - duck typing and interface
  • Coding Tips & Tricks
  • A lot of interesting examples!
  • Exercises with sample solutions
  • 10 Python interview questions & answers about object oriented programming
  • Write better and cleaner code


Description

In the course I am explaining in details basic concepts about object oriented programming. I am showing how can you use those concepts in Python. Python, in comparison to other programming languages ​​(Java, C #) has its own way of presenting certain object oriented programming concepts, which can be unusual for people who do not used Python before.

Knowledge of object oriented programming is necessary when applying for Junior Developer job. Therefore, at the end of the course I have prepared10 interview questions that might appear during the recruitment process. Each question has an example answer.


In each chapter I am explaining the theory of a given topic with an example of implementation in Python. In addition, at the end of each chapter I have prepared a homework to test your knowledge.

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