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Python Object-Oriented Python (retired) Inheritance Override Inherited Methods

Am I missing something? 3/3 overriding inheritance

am I missing something? it's not passing.

sheep.py
from animal import Animal

class Sheep(Animal):
  sound = 'Baa'

def noise(self):
  return self.sound.upper()

2 Answers

Enara L. Otaegi
Enara L. Otaegi
13,107 Points

I think it could be the indentation of the noise function.

Yes, the indentation of the "noise" method needs to be indented under the "class Sheep" to be part of that class.