Overriding Nested Class members in Python
Overriding is an OOP’s (object-oriented programming) concept and generally we deal with this concept in Inheritance. Method overriding is an ability of any object-oriented programming language that allows a subclass or child class to provide a specific implementation of a method that is already provided by one of its super-classes or parent classes.
Let’s consider a real-life example, where genes are embedded with traits for the next generation and every generation has their own traits which they transfer to the other generations with the help of Genes. Here we take a Genes class and one nested class Trait. Trait class has some traits like walk, hair and disease, and their values. These Genes will transfer to child class and child class may have some traits of its own and some inherit from its parent. This functionality can be implemented with the help of overriding nested class members.
('Diabetes', 'Migraine', 'TB') ('Typhoid', 'Diabetes', 'Migraine', 'TB')>
Note: Use Nested classes only if it is necessary, otherwise it will only make your code complex and difficult to debug.
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