Inheritance in Python
In Python, we can design and create our own objects. This is done with the help of classes. The design of these (parent) classes can be inherited by other classes. This allows classes to make use of the constructor and the methods of the parent class. In this notebook, we demonstrate how this can be done with a thorough example. Some other related topics you might be interested in are Defining classes in Python, The pass-statement in Python, Creating a constructor in Python - the INIT method, Class variables in Python, Methods in Python - functions inside classes. The Inheritance in Python template is among the topics covered in detail in the 365 Program.
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Who is it for
If you are an aspiring or current Data Scientist, Data Analyst, Data Architect, Data Engineer, Big Data Architect, Big Data Engineer, BI Developer, Machine Learning Engineer then thi free Jupyter notebook template is for you.
How it can help you
This template can be used to practice the implementation of a class which inherits methods and variables from a parent class. Such a property of the classes is called Inheritance.
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