Python built-in function callable() is used to check or verify whether a given object or entity can be called or not.
Python built-in function
callable() is used to check or verify whether a given object or entity can be called or not.
It takes an entity is an argument which may be of any type such as number, string, object or class, etc, and returns a boolean value.
If it returns
true then the object can be called inside the program and
false means you cannot call that particular object.
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