I've been trying to learn python classes for days, every site I go on explains it completely differently
I want to make a class, then make what I guess are objects or instances of that class which will be actual visual items on the screen with values and attributes, but I can't get past this class shit without getting syntax errors out my ass
name = ""
colour = ""
terry = tortoise()
terry.name = "Terry"
terry.colour = "green"
TerryName = terry.name
TerryColour = terry.colour
print TerryName, " is ", TerryColour
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