Now that we have Cards, the next step is to define Decks. Since a deck is made up of cards, it is natural for each Deck to contain a list of cards as an attribute.
The following is a class definition for Deck. The init method creates the attribute cards and generates the standard set of fifty-two cards:
class Deck(object): def __init__(self): self.cards =  for suit in range(4): for rank in range(1, 14): card = Card(suit, rank) self.cards.append(card)
The easiest way to populate the deck is with a nested loop. The outer loop enumerates the suits from 0 to 3. The inner loop enumerates the ranks from 1 to 13. Each iteration creates a new Card with the current suit and rank, and appends it to self.cards.