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What is the output of the following code?

from abc import ABC, abstractmethod

class A(ABC):

    @abstractmethod

    def m1(self):

        print('In class A, Method m1.')

class B(A):

    @staticmethod

    def m1(self):

        print('In class B, Method m1.')

b = B()

B.m1(b)

a) In class B, Method m1.  

b) TypeError

c) In class A, Method m1.

d) AttributeError

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a) In class B, Method m1.  

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