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Chapter 7. Classes > About working with built-in classes

About working with built-in classes

In object-oriented programming (OOP), a class defines a category of object. A class describes the properties (data) and behavior (methods) for an object, much like an architectural blueprint describes the characteristics of a building. For information on classes and other object-oriented programming concepts, see the following sections:


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