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 This chapter is going to cover the basics of object-oriented programming. We’ll start with covering the basic reasons why you would want to write object-oriented code in the first place, and then cover all the basic syntax, and finally we’ll show you a non-trivial example.
 Object-oriented programming is a method of programming where you package your code up into bundles of data and behavior. In Jython, you can define a template for this bundle with a class definition. With this first class written, you can then create instances of that class that include instance-specific data, as well as bits of code called methods that you can call to do things based on that data. This helps you organize your code into smaller, more manageable bundles.
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