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What's the difference between defining a class with "foo()" and "foo(object)"?

I'v done both ways but can't see any difference in functionality.

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Original post by Esys
What's the difference between defining a class with "foo()" and "foo(object)"
The former is an old-style python class, the latter is a new-style python class. Google those for more info.

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