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Cannot create instance of a class without console. No console is given.
I'm trying to complete the first exercise. It requires I create an instance of the Student class called me.
I've only been taught how to do this using console, but nothing is visible. Could this be a bug?
class Student: name = 'Jacob' me = Student() me.name
Ryan S27,276 Points
No its not a bug, you can instantiate an object inside a file just like you would call a function after defining it. But you are probably correct to perceive it as bit strange because often you would define your classes in their own .py file, and instantiate them in another, or in the terminal, or as a model instance in a database.
But you pretty much solved this challenge, the only thing is that you forgot to