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Python Object-Oriented Python (retired) Inheritance Score Method

Sergei Miroshnikov
Sergei Miroshnikov
3,313 Points

Bummer ! I re-ran this on my environment , score method does exactly what is required :( , plz assist

score increases current_score based on input .

class Game:
  def __init__(self):
    self.current_score = [0, 0]

  def score (self):
    player = input ()
    if player == '1':
      self.current_score[0] =  self.current_score[0] + 1
    elif player == '2':
      self.current_score[1] = self.current_score[1] + 1

1 Answer

Sergei Miroshnikov
Sergei Miroshnikov
3,313 Points

I just got it , player is an argument and not a user input .