attribute: A named quality attached to an object. For example, for a
Dog class, every
Dog object might have the attributes
age, the first two of which are strings and the third of which is a number. In Python, attributes are usually instance variables or properties.
Each attribute has a value as well as a name, and each is accessed as
base class: A class that another class inherits from; also called a superclass. See also superclass.
bitwise operations: An operation applied to individual bits of a number (which must be in integer format). For example, the integers 14 and 9 can be represented as binary-radix expressions
0b1001, respectively. The expression
0b1110 & 0b1001 applies ...