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How to Write Clean Code (in Python) With SOLID Principles | Principle #4

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Today, we discuss principle #4 of SOLID principles to help write clean code in Python.

Here are the first, second, and third principles if you missed them.

And let’s dive into the fourth design principle (the ‘I’ in SOLID).

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Ezz El Din Abdullah

Ezz El Din Abdullah

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