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Classes and Objects in Python

Python is an object-oriented programming language, which means that it provides features that support object-oriented programming. The basic components of object oriented programming are classes and objects. A Class is a blue print to create an object. It provides the definition of basic attributes and functions of objects. Object is a running instance of the class having the identity(name), properties( values) and behaviors(functions). The Object oriented program thus consist of object definitions (classes) and most of the computations and functions are mentioned as operations on the object. Each object definition corresponds to some object or concept in the real world, and the functions that operate on these object correspond to the ways real-world objects interact. We have learned objects of string, list, tuple etc…and used the properties and functionalities of these objects which are built into the Python. Now we are going to create our own(user defined) objects. The class provides basic…
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Files in Python , Exception handling

While a program is running, its data is in main memory. When the program ends, or the computer shuts down, data in memory disappears. To store data permanently, you have to put it in a file. Files are usually stored on a secondary storage device(hard disk, pen drive, DVD,CD etc). When there are a large number of files, they are often organized into directories (also called “folders”). Each file is identified by a unique name, or a combination of a file name and a directory name. By reading and writing files, programs can exchange information with each other and generate printable formats like PDF. Working with files is a lot like working with books. To use a book, you have to open it. When you’re done, you have to close it. While the book is open, you can either write in it or read from it. In either case, you know where you are in the book. Most of the time, you read the whole book in its natural order, but you can also skip around. All of this applies to files as well. To open a fil…