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Python 3 Object Oriented Programming by Dusty Phillips

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Case study

To tie it all together, let's build a simple command-line notebook application. This is a fairly simple task, so we won't be experimenting with multiple packages. We will, however, see common usage of classes, functions, methods, and docstrings.

Let's start with a quick analysis: Notes are short memos stored in a notebook. Each note should record the day it was written and can have tags added for easy querying. It should be possible to modify notes. We also need to be able to search for notes. All of this should be done from the command-line.

The obvious object is the Note. Less obvious is a Notebook container object. Tags and dates also seem to be objects, but we can use dates from Python's standard library and a comma-separated string ...

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