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I am learning from Learn Python the hard way where I have come across a study drill where they want to know that whether a class can be used like an object. As I have experimented: class A(object … ): def __init__(self): print "in here" def cat(self,name): print "my cat ",name Here if I write A.cat(A(),"Tom"), it works and found out that its call unbound method. Now, does that mean I can assume that classes can be used like an object? …
asked Jun 24 '14 by Angel