A constructor is the first method that is called on object creation.
The constructor is always called when creating a new object.
It can be used to initialize class variables and startup routines.
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In the example below we create a class C with a constructor and the method see. \
We create one object C. On execution it will output both lines because we call the method and when creating the object it calls the constructor.
In Python a constructor is written as init(self)
This will output:
Watch how the output of the constructor is shown first.