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Python Object-Oriented Python Inheritance Super-Duper!

At 2:39 in the video, sneaky doesn't seem to always come out as true!

Kenneth = Thief("Kenneth")
Kenneth.sneaky
> True
Kenneth.sneaky = False
Kenneth.sneaky
>False

1 Answer

boi
boi
8,568 Points

That's because you haven't set sneaky = False(or sneaky keyword argument) at the __init__ method, which is self.sneaky = True by default, later you assigned Kenneth.sneaky = False which set sneaky to False.