while I was reading Python document I came across a line that said every thing is an object and a class is also an object.
I am trying to grasp meaning of objects within a single object. I was wondering then when methods are declared within a class, in actuality a class harbors references to the method objects that reside outside of the class object?
Then same for a list object. when within a single list there are int objects, list objects, string and all sorts of other type objects, what that single list is holding is not the objects per se, but the references to those objects that reside outside?
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