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Python Abstract Classes to Learn Quickly

Here's the best example of how to understand the abstract classes of python quickly. An abstract class means it is a skeleton. You cannot instantiate abstract classes. For Example: The abstract class name is 'dog' o = dog() It gives an error. Since the ' dog' is an abstract class. I am sharing with you a clear understanding of abstract class. So that you can tell confidently about these classes. The syntax for Abstract Class from abc , import ABC , abstractmethod  class <class name>(ABC): @abstractmethod  def <method name>():  #abstract class definition Python Abstract Class Explanation from abc import ABC, abstractmethod class AbsBaseClass(ABC): def __init__(self): print("Abstract class") @abstractmethod def abMeth(self): pass def conMeth(self): print("I'm a concrete method") class Derived(AbsBaseClass): def abMeth(self): print("I'm redefined") o=Derived() o.abMeth() o.conMeth() References Star Python Certification