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Python comes with a large number of built-in functions, operators and keywords. They make working with data structures and built-in types very easy, but usually when we define our own data types (classes) we also tend to come up with our own ways to manipulate and consume our data. One of the nice things in python, is that we don't have to. We can use "underscore methods" to make our classes compatible with the built-in functions and operators.

Posted by mswatcher  |   Dec 10 2012 / 08:23

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