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Python Data ModelPython has a set of protocols that the language internally adhere to which provides the functionality for features such as iteration, context manager behavior, string representation of an object, and many other things. When you create custom classes in Python and make use of these protocols then you can create custom behavior in the context of iterations, types, comparison of objects, operator overloading, and much more. Knowing about these will help level up your Python skills. If you are ready to progress forward in your Python prowess, then join us to learn more about the Python data model.Course Format Binge-worthy TV shows! Watch comprehensive, in-depth episodes that use a talk show-like format to keep you engaged while learning. You can pick and choose episodes or you can watch as a complete series. A little humor, anecdotes, and real-world examples.Other CoursesReady to a DevPro? Get more DevProTV training with a variety of topics. Join Justin and DevProTV to level up your programming prowess!Updates and VersionsThe programming world updates at a break neck pace. As a result, there are times that certain tools, editors, libraries have changed. While syntax or names may change, the foundations remain the same. Though we hope to keep things updated, there may be time before that can occur. I recommend seeing if you can translate between changes and if all fails, ask questions!
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