The other use case for the
__new__() method as a part of a metaclass is to control how a class definition is built. This is distinct from how
__new__() controls building an immutable object, shown previously.
A metaclass builds a class. Once a class object has been built, the class object is used to build instances. The metaclass of all class definitions is
type() function is used to create class objects.
type() function can be used as a function to reveal the class of an object.
The following is a silly example of building a new, nearly useless class directly with
type() as a constructor:
Once we've created this class, we can create objects of this