Yes, Python support both Object Oriented and Procedural Programming language as it is a high level programming language designed for general purpose programming. Python are multi-paradigm, you can write programs or libraries that are largely procedural, object-oriented, or functional in all of these languages. It depends on what you mean by functional. Python does have some features of a functional language.
OOP's concepts like, Classes,Encapsulation,Polymorphism, Inheritance etc.. in Python makes it as a object oriented programming language.
In Similar way we can created procedural program through python using loops ,for ,while etc ..and control structure.
class Rectangle: def __init__(self, length, breadth, unit_cost=0): self.length = length self.breadth = breadth self.unit_cost = unit_cost def get_perimeter(self): return 2 * (self.length + self.breadth) def get_area(self): return self.length * self.breadth def calculate_cost(self): area = self.get_area() return area * self.unit_cost # breadth = 120 cm, length = 160 cm, 1 cm^2 = Rs 2000 r = Rectangle(160, 120, 2000) print("Area of Rectangle: %s cm^2" % (r.get_area())) print("Cost of rectangular field: Rs. %s " %(r.calculate_cost()))
Area of Rectangle: 19200 cm^2 Cost of rectangular field: Rs. 38400000