class inheritance when not defined
On 2017-09-08 10:17, Andrej Viktorovich wrote:
> I found several class creation samples:
> class ExampleClass1:
> class ExampleClass2(object):
> What is difference between them? Who is the father of ExampleClass1 ?
In Python 3, unless you've redefined "object", these are the same.
Python 2 had, for historical reasons, a distinction between "old-style"
and "new-style" classes. It normally doesn't matter much, but explicitly
inheriting from object makes a class new-style.