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a. Creat a class called `Bank`, which represents a bank account and has following attributes: account_num (account number as numeric), name (name of the account owner), gender, job and balance (amount of money you have available in your account). Balance should be kept private. Balance should be only accessbile using a public method.

b. Create a `deposit()` method, which allows us to deposit some money. It also automatically updates the balance.

c. Create a `withdrawal()` method, which allows us to take money out of an account. It automatically updates the balance. If you try to withdraw more than what you have on the bank account, it will output the following message "Not enough balance on the account".

d. Create a `show_balance()` method to display the current balance.
e. Create a magic method `__repr__` to return the name of the account holder.
f. Create an instance and test each method individually.

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I could not do it.
I could not do it.
Updated 14-Dec-21 21:32pm
Patrice T 14-Dec-21 19:50pm    
Have a talk with your teacher.
Alex Bangla John 14-Dec-21 20:11pm    
Dave Kreskowiak 14-Dec-21 23:47pm    
Because it's what they do? You know, "teach".

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