Now we talk about the second part of this universe.
At first post, I put one attribute outside a method,'Kind'.
it's important if you want to work on one kind of class, right? (what you think?)
Today I create a Class Person...
class Person: def __init__(self,name,age): self.name = name self.age = age n = Person("Natália Catunda","27 anos") p = Person("Paulo Andrande","28 anos") print(p.name, p.age)
This method doesn't have any attributes outside.
just one important characteristic that code is...
the way that I declare these 2 attributes (name and age).
It's a simple representation of class very important and good to beginners like me! ;)
Thanks for reading this little python pill,
and keep learning!