How to use the pyhiveapi.Pyhiveapi.Heating function in pyhiveapi

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session = HiveSession()
    session.core = Pyhiveapi()

    username = config[DOMAIN][CONF_USERNAME]
    password = config[DOMAIN][CONF_PASSWORD]
    update_interval = config[DOMAIN][CONF_SCAN_INTERVAL]

    devices = session.core.initialise_api(username, password, update_interval)

    if devices is None:
        _LOGGER.error("Hive API initialization failed")
        return False

    session.sensor = Pyhiveapi.Sensor()
    session.heating = Pyhiveapi.Heating()
    session.hotwater = Pyhiveapi.Hotwater()
    session.light = Pyhiveapi.Light()
    session.switch = Pyhiveapi.Switch() = Pyhiveapi.Weather()
    session.attributes = Pyhiveapi.Attributes()[DATA_HIVE] = session

    for ha_type in DEVICETYPES:
        devicelist = devices.get(DEVICETYPES[ha_type])
        if devicelist:
            load_platform(hass, ha_type, DOMAIN, devicelist, config)
            if ha_type == "climate":