In the case of Multiple inheritance, if a child class C is derived from two base classes say A and B as:
class C(A, B):
which parent class’s method will be invoked by the interpreter whenever object of class C calls a method func() that is existing in both the parent classes say A and B and does not exist in class C as “c1.func()”?
since class C does not contain the definition of the method func(), they Python searches for the func() in parent classes. Since the search is performed in a left-to-right fashion, Python executes the method func() present in class A and not the func() method in B.