A class defines a collection of instance variables and methods to specify an object type. A class can be used to make as many object instances of the type of object as needed. An object is an identified entity with certain attributes (data members) and behaviours (member functions). Group of objects having similar characteristics and behaviour are the instance of the same class.
Python is a dynamic programming language and due to its flexibility Python has a significant advantage over statically typed languages. Python Code can be dynamically imported and classes can be dynamically created at run-time.
Classes can be dynamically created using the
type() function in Python. The
type() function is used to return the type of the object.
The above syntax returns the type of object.
class 'str' class 'int'
Creating Dynamic Classes in Python
Classes can be created dynamically using the below syntax:
type(name, bases, attributes) Parameters: name: The user defined name of the class bases: A list of base classes, and its type is tuple attributes: the data members and methods contained in the class
The above Syntax returns a new type of object.
constructor argument Geeks 4 geeks! 1706256 Geeks for GeeksClass Dynamically Created!
In the above program, class
Geeks is dynamically created which has a constructor. The data members of
int_attribute and member functions of
classMethod(). An object
obj of class
Geeks is created and all the data members are assigned and displayed, all the member functions of
Geeks are also called.
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