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Python Basic Object-Oriented Python Creating a Memory Game Game Class Part 2

card does not printed out

when i run the python file i got this result:

[] [] [] []

here is my source code:

from cards import Card
import random


class Game:
    def __init__(self):
        self.size = 4
        self.card_options = ['Kuda', 'Ayam', 'Panda',
                             'Babi', 'Ular', 'Naga', 'Tikus', 'Burung']
        self.columns = ['A', 'B', 'C', 'D']
        self.cards = []
        self.locations = []
        for column in self.columns:
            for num in range(1, self.size + 1):
                self.locations.append(f'{column}{num}')

    def set_cards(self):
        used_locations = []
        for word in self.card_options:
            for i in range(2):
                available_locations = set(self.locations) - set(used_locations)
                random_location = random.choice(list(available_locations))
                used_locations.append(random_location)
                card = Card(word, random_location)
                self.cards.append(card)

    def create_row(self, num):
        row = []
        for column in self.columns:
            for card in self.cards:
                if card.location == 'f{column}{num}':
                    if card.matched:
                        row.append(str(card))
                    else:
                        row.append('  ')
        return row


if __name__ == '__main__':
    game = Game()
    game.set_cards()
    game.cards[0].matched = True
    game.cards[1].matched = True
    game.cards[2].matched = True
    game.cards[3].matched = True
    print(game.create_row(1))
    print(game.create_row(2))
    print(game.create_row(3))
    print(game.create_row(4))

2 Answers

Travis Alstrand
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Travis Alstrand
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Hey there Setiawan Angga !

On line 31 you have 'f{column}{num}' we need to move the f outside of the string's quotation marks like so...

if card.location == f'{column}{num}':

I hope this helps you out :smiley:

OMG! sorry didnt pay attention a lot, learning at night pft