#53 Python Tutorial for Beginners | Operator Overloading in Python | Polymorphism

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18 thoughts on “#53 Python Tutorial for Beginners | Operator Overloading in Python | Polymorphism

  1. When you print an object (and everything in Python is an object), it calls automatically the _str_ method, so we don't need to call it. 'print(s1)' would be enough to do the trick.

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