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Everything Is an Object in Python — Learn to Use Functions as Objects

Just like str, int, and dict, functions are also objects in Python. Find out how we can take advantage of this feature to write more flexible code.

You’ve probably heard the saying that everything is an object in Python — one of the most popular…

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Yong Cui

Yong Cui

Work at the nexus of biomedicine, data science & mobile dev. Love to write on these technological topics. Follow me @ycui01 on Twitter to get latest articles.

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