Classroom, a room where classes are held. Law and government edit. Class, a group of people involved in a class action lawsuit. Classes of United States Senators, for describing the schedules of elections for Senate seats. Class locomotive, a single design of a locomotive as assigned by the railroad.
Class computer programming Wikipedia.
Classes can be derived from one or more existing classes, thereby establishing a hierarchical relationship between the derived-from classes base classes, parent classes or superclasses and the derived class child class or subclass. The relationship of the derived class to the derived-from classes is commonly known as an is-a relationship.
Class education Wikipedia.
In some countries educational systems such as Taiwan s, it can refer to a subdivision of the students in an academic department, consisting of a cohort of students of the same academic level. For example, a department's' sophomores may be divided into three classes.