callable()

callable() checking object callable or not

Returns Booleans, True if callable , False otherwise.
a=5
x="hi"
my_list=['One','Two','Three']
print(callable(a)) # False
print(callable(x)) # False
print(callable(my_list)) # False 
All above objects are not Callable. Using Class and Objects
class student_kit():
    #instance attributes
    def __init__(self,name):
        self.name= name
        
Alex=student_kit('Alex')  # object declaration
print(callable(student_kit)) # True
print(callable(Alex)) # False , object is not callable
#Alex()   # this will generate error 
The last line will generate error like this.
TypeError: 'student_kit' object is not callable
The class student_kit is callable, the object Alex is not callable.
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