This is the most unified reference on __dunder_methods__ ('magic methods') I've ever seen:
"A Guide to Python's Magic Methods"
https://rszalski.github.io/magicmethods/
 

I'd not seen that Guide to magic methods before.  Thanks!

From perusing it, I was reminded of a topic Trey Hunner discussed in one of his recorded live chats:

When defining how your class implements ordering, e.g. using __lt__, __gt__, __eg__ and so on, it's sufficient to define just two of these, then decorate with @total_ordering to have Python fill in the blanks. 

I tested that out in my OrderingPolys.ipynb (Jupyter Notebook).  Great!  I'm keeping the demo.


This Notebook now includes a link back to Rafe's docs.  I'll be sure my California students know about this update.  We meet again tonight.

I use geometry, polyhedrons in particular, as an excuse to introduce OOP from yet another angle (I take a multi-faceted approach).

Kirby