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Computer Science

Adding Nodes to a Linked List.. I am getting TypeError: object() object takes no parameters, why?

This is my code: class Node: """ An object for storing a single node of a linked list. Models two attributes - data and the link to the next node in the list

    data: Data stored in node


data = None next_node = None

def init(self, data): self.data = data

def repr(self): return "<Node data: %s>" % self.data

class LinkedList: """ Singly linked list """

def init(self): self.head = None

def is_empty(self): return self.head == None

def size(self): """ Return the number of nodes in the list Takes 0(n) time """

current = self.head
count = 0

while current:
  count += 1
  current = current.next_node
  return count

Why do I get this error? TypeError: object() takes no parameters

1 Answer

mihran akopyan
mihran akopyan
Courses Plus Student 1,904 Points

I am trying to follow your code. but for some reason, it is not formatted on my screen so it is hard to find the error within the code. is there a way to link your code in your workspace so I can take a look at it?