A Counterintuitive Fact About Python Functions
Python is simple, but at times, can feel a bit tricky as well.
Everything in python is an object instantiated from some class. This also includes functions, but accepting this fact often feels counterintuitive at first.
Here are a few ways to verify that python functions are indeed objects.
The friction typically arises due to one's acquaintance with other programming languages like C++ and Java, which work very differently.
However, python is purely an object-oriented programming (OOP) language. You are always using OOP, probably without even realizing it.
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