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Hello /g/!

I've been coding for quite some time, and have created some mobile / web-apps with JavaScript and have done a lot of work in Python.

However, I do have the lingering feeling that I'm coding like a 3 year old retard. For example, I can't into OOP at all.

Maybe you guys have some neat resources that I can use to study up on OOP in Python? Would be greatly appreciado.
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If you're doing real oop in Python, you're doing it wrong. Learn C++ or Java. There are plenty of book you can find online.




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