class in python

class Person:
  def __init__(self, _name, _age): = _name
    self.age = _age
  def sayHi(self):
    print('Hello, my name is ' + + ' and I am ' + self.age + ' years old!')
p1 = Person('Bob', 25)
p1.sayHi() # Prints: Hello, my name is Bob and I am 25 years old!

Here is what the above code is Doing:
1. We create a class named Person.
2. We define the __init__() method. It takes two parameters: self and _name.
3. We create two instance variables: name and age.
4. We create a method named sayHi(). It takes one parameter: self.
5. We create an object named p1, which is an instance of Person.
6. We call the sayHi() method.