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What does built-in class attribute __bases__ do in Python?

What does built-in class attribute __bases__ do in Python?

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Rajendra Dharmkar

This built-in class attribute when called prints the tuple of base classes of a class object.

The following code shows how the __bases__ works. B is a child class of the parent/base class A.

class A(object): pass
class B(A): pass
b = B()
print B.__bases__

This gives the output

(<class '__main__.A'>,)

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