The __getitem__ method is used for accessing list items, array elements, dictionary entries etc. slice is a constructor in Python that creates slice object to represent set of indices that the range(start, stop, step) specifies.
__getitem__ method can be implement in a class, and the behavior of slicing can be defined inside it.
__getitem__(slice(start, stop, step))
- slice() : constructor to create slice object.
- start: An integer number specifying start index.It is optional and default is 0.
- stop: An integer number specifying end index.
- step: An integer number specifying the step of slicing. It is optional and
default is 1.
The string abcde is sliced with starting index 0 and stop index 2 with step index 1 hence it slices ab from the string and prints the output.
1 (1, 2) (1, 2, 3)
The class demo has the
__getitem__ method, slicing is comma-separated. Key prints the sliced object which is passed in class through variable a.
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