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please i have not understand the 'self' why we use it !!!
Thank you for reaching out and apologies for the late reply.
In Python, "self" is a convention used in object-oriented programming. It's a reference to the instance of the class, and it's used to access variables and methods associated with that instance.
When you instantiate a class, Python passes the instance as the first argument to the constructor method (__init__) and any other instance methods you call. By convention, this first argument is named "self".
Although it is a strong convention, the term "self" is not a keyword and could technically be replaced with another variable name. However, it's best to stick to "self" as it is widely understood and expected by other Python developers.
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