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Am I missing something?
I've created a function 'sys.stdin.read()' that is supposed to capture the name, language and steps arguments. I've tried using lists in 'sys.stdil.read([name, language, steps])' but to no avail
from models import Challenge import sys def create_challenge(name, language, steps): data = sys.stdin.read([name, language, steps]) Challenge['name'] = data[name] Challenge['language'] = data[language] Challenge['steps'] = data[steps]
This is more of a question than an answer, but could this be part of why things didn't run?
from models import Challenge # could the fact that challenge is capitalized be an issue? import sys
I am humbly asking / suggesting
Megan AmendolaTreehouse Teacher
Hi! You don't need
sys the arguments are already being passed in and are accessible inside of your function. The second part is to create a challenge and pass in the values. The steps argument should also have a default of 1.
def create_challenge(name, language, steps=1): Challenge.create(name=name, language=language, steps=steps)