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Python: Modify the attribute values of a given class

Python Class ( Basic ): Exercise-9 with Solution

Write a Python class named Student with two attributes student_name, marks. Modify the attribute values of the said class and print the original and modified values of the said attributes.

Sample Solution:

Python Code:

class Student:
    student_name = 'Terrance Morales'
    marks = 93  
print(f"Student Name: {getattr(Student, 'student_name')}")
print(f"Marks: {getattr(Student, 'marks')}")
setattr(Student, 'student_name', 'Angel Brooks')
setattr(Student, 'marks', 95) 
print(f"Student Name: {getattr(Student, 'student_name')}")
print(f"Marks: {getattr(Student, 'marks')}")

Sample Output:

Student Name: Terrance Morales
Marks: 93
Student Name: Angel Brooks
Marks: 95

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Previous: Write a Python program to crate two empty classes, Student and Marks. Now create some instances and check whether they are instances of the said classes or not. Also, check whether the said classes are subclasses of the built-in object class or not.
Next: Write a Python class named Student with two attributes student_id, student_name. Add a new attribute student_class and display the entire attribute and their values of the said class. Now remove the student_name attribute and display the entire attribute with values.

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The Zip() Function:

>>> students = ('John', 'Mary', 'Mike')
>>> ages = (15, 17, 16)
>>> scores = (90, 88, 82, 17, 14)
>>> for student, age, score in zip(students, ages, scores):
...     print(f'{student}, age: {age}, score: {score}')
... 
John, age: 15, score: 90
Mary, age: 17, score: 88
Mike, age: 16, score: 82
>>> zipped = zip(students, ages, scores)
>>> a, b, c = zip(*zipped)
>>> print(b)
(15, 17, 16)