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An "Object" class?

Yes, it is called `object` and `object` is the base class of ALL other
classes, including `type`. In fact, it is the only class which does not
itself inherit from anything.

On Tue, Aug 27, 2019 at 1:35 PM Cristian Cocos <cristi at ieee.org> wrote:

> I know that "Everything is an object in python" as per
> https://mail.python.org/pipermail/python-list/2015-June/691689.html. Also,
> I am more-or-less convinced that there is a generic "class" (aka "type")
> (meta)class (which would be an object, of course). Is there, however, a
> generic "object" (meta)class (which would obviously be an object as well as
> a class)?
> Christian
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