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Every person's mind works differently, and creating programming language that is intuitive for every person, while keeping the power to express all ideas would be heroic task. So far, no one has created such language. But people are still trying. New languages are popping up all the time. Usually, they increase abstractions, which shortens development time, ...


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Everything in Python is an object, including classes. This means you can reference classes, passing them around like arguments, store them in attributes, (extra) names, lists, dictionaries, etc. This is perfectly normal in Python: class_map = { 'foo': A, 'bar': SomeOtherClass, 'baz': YetAnother, } instance = class_map[some_variable]() Now ...



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