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Python Programming with the Java™ Class Libraries: A Tutorial for Building Web and Enterprise Applications with Jython by Richard Hightower

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The Full address3.py Code

Now it seems that we have everything we need to run our program, but first let's see all of address3.py, including the scaffolding code.

 class Address: """This class represents an entry in an address book""" #Constructor def __init__(self, name="", phone_number="", address_lines=[]): """ The constructor takes three arguments: name to hold the persons name (string) phone_number to hold the persons phone number (string) address_lines to hold the address of the person (list) """ # assign the name, phone_number and address_lines to the # instance variables # __name, __phone_number, and __lines self.__name=name self.__phone_number=phone_number self.__lines=address_lines #Methods def save(self, file): """ The save method ...

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