To create a Python class to add two numbers, you can define a class with a method that takes two arguments and returns their sum. Here’s an example:
class Adder: def add(self, a, b): return a + b
In this example, we define an
Adder class with an
add() method that takes two arguments,
b, and returns their sum.
To use this class to add two numbers, you would first create an instance of the class:
my_adder = Adder()
You can then call the
add() method on this instance, passing in the two numbers to add:
result = my_adder.add(2, 3) print(result)
This would output the result of adding 2 and 3 together, which is 5.
You can customize this example to perform other arithmetic operations, or create your own custom classes to model other mathematical concepts in your Python programs.