I have been through the Starting Python thread, and I have archived lots of stuff for further learning !
But there is one little thing for which there is no specific explanation, and looking at Google doesn't help me much.
Why do the classes of many scripts are not written like that:
But instead like this:
What does it brings to the code ? What does is the reference behind the object "object" ?
What is the use for that and what kind of problems does it solve ?