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I want to learn object oriented programming

I want to learn object oriented programming through python.

I found many many tutorials that have output where I am completing a task, but I am not learning object oriented programming.
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python is a programming language, which is object oriented but does not force that everything is object oriented.

Basically it doesn't matter which python tutorial you are using. As soon as the tutorial advances to the point where you create a class you know that you're learning object oriented programming.

You might look at "dive into python"
Depending on the python version you have installed (or want to install) you should use
"Dive into Pyhton3" http://www.diveintopython3.net/
or
"Dive into python"   http://www.diveintopython.net/toc/index.html
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thanks for python links
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