Haven't talked to you guys in a while.
Now, I don't have any questions on how to do this exercise I just need an explanation of the difference between
__init__ and defining your own method i.e
def description(self):. I understand that
__init__ sort of "boots up" a class' instance object but I'm not sure of the purpose of defining your own method. Because from what I understand and saw in the exercises they both do the same thing. Well maybe not the exact same thing but the outcome was similar. I would appreciate an explanation in the simplest term.
Thank you guys and have a great rest of the day.
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