What is object()

Hameed Khan hameedkhaan at yahoo.com
Thu Jan 22 16:44:20 CET 2004


hi,
  i was reading library refrence manual. there i found
object() function. they says in library refrence that 
        "Return a new featureless object. object() is
a base for all new style classes. It has the methods
that are common to all instances of new style
classes." 

My questions are whats the use of this function and
the object returned by it? and what are new style
classes?.

Thanks,
Hameed Khan

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