Python Multilevel Inheritance
In Multilevel Inheritance we have a class which is base class of another class and at the same time is the derived class of another class.
class student: def abc(self): print('In student class...' ); class physical(student): def xyz(self): print('In Physical class...' ); class marks(physical): def pqr(self): print('In marks class...' ); d=marks() d.abc() d.xyz() d.pqr()
In student class... In Physical class... In marks class... >>>
class A: def m(self): print("m of A called") class B(A): def m(self): A.m(self) print("m of B called") class C(B): def m(self): B.m(self) print("m of C called") x = C() x.m()
m of A called m of B called m of C called >>>