How Python syntax works beneath the surface

Use Python's magic methods to amplify your code.

By Aaron Maxwell
February 16, 2017
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In this excerpt from his Oriole online tutorial, Aaron Maxwell uses the Panda’s library to illustrate how Python’s syntax, which lets classes define how they behave when used with built-in binary operators like less-than (<), allows you to create custom, easy-to-use interfaces.

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Post topics: Software Engineering