Which class method is being called when we declare below expression?
Ajay Patel <ajay.patel305 at gmail.com> writes:
> L = [1,2,3]
That's not an expression; it is an assignment statement.
The right-hand side is an expression. It will (at the top level) create
To create a new instance of the 'list' type, Python will call the type's
'__new__' method. This is termed the constructor for that type.
The constructor returns a new instance of the type; in this case, it
returns a new instance of 'list'. That object is the result of
evaluating the right-hand side of the expression.
The statement then assigns the reference 'L' to that object.
> L =
All the above description also applies to that assignment statement.
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