A controversial title, no? So what does it mean that everything in python is an object? Everything is an object in the sense that it can be assigned to a variable or passed as an argument to a function. Actually almost everything in python has attributes or methods. For example, an integer in Python is an object or a string, absolutely everything is an object.
Let’s assign some values to a variable. Which essentially means that we make example refer to the “Holberton” object of type string.
Software is made up of functions. Functions are kind of like mini-programs that can be “called” by another program to perform some type of action such as a computation or modification of input.
Here’s a C program that uses a function called sum() to add two numbers together and stores the output in a variable called “result”:
int x = 5;
int y = 8;
int result; result = sum(x, y);
In order for this program to compile and become usable, the compiler must know what and where the function sum() is.
The International Obfuscated C Code Contest (abbreviated IOCCC) is a computer programming contest for the most creatively obfuscated C code, whit this rules