In the previous chapters, you looked at Python’s main built-in object types (numbers, strings, lists, tuples, and dictionaries); you peeked at the wealth of built-in functions and standard libraries; and you even created your own functions. Now, only one thing seems to be missing—making your own objects. And that’s what you do in this chapter.
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