- As Python’s Objects are instances of classes, they are created at the time of instantiation. Eg: object-name = class-name(arguments)
- one or more variables can reference the same object in Python
- Every object holds unique id and it can be obtained by using id() method. Eg: id(obj-name) will return unique id of the given object.
every object can be either mutable or immutable based on the type of data they hold.
- Whenever an object is not being used in the code, it gets destroyed automatically garbage collected or destroyed
- contents of objects can be converted into string representation using a method
Skills PythonQualifications :- High School - SLV, College/University - Graphic Era Deemed Univ University,
in 2006, i Join a web development company in Bangalore and start work on "Ruby on Rail" this is my first web development framework and we worked in this framework and develop four to five project after some time , I moved to JEE/Sturst frame work,
After some time i decided that now times come and I have to go on in my own way and I started a company name is "Soarlogic&q