Kindly explain why we put Object in the bracket
can someone kindly explain the function of the word object in the bracket here > and an instance where if we dont put in Object what happens?
as seen in the lecture video
inplace of object can we use another word?
Thank you for reaching out!
In the Inheritance lecture, Giles mentions that '
object is a built-in class template from which all other classes inherit'. Therefore, the
Patient class inherits everything from the built-in
object class. As written in Python's documentation,
object() returns a new featureless object. An instance of such a featureless object is created below:
Hope this helps!