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Python Object-Oriented Python (retired) Hack-n-Slash Warriors! Come Out and Play-ay!

Oguz Dumanoglu
Oguz Dumanoglu
5,169 Points

Challenge T 4/4 I did not understand where i do mistake. Thanks

I did not understand where am i doing mistake in str thanks.

warrior.py
from character import Character


class Warrior(Character):
    weapon = 'sword'

    def rage(self):
        self.attack_limit = 20
    def __str__(self):
        print("Warrior, {}, {}".format(self.weapon, self,attack_limit))

3 Answers

Kourosh Raeen
Kourosh Raeen
23,732 Points

You need to return the string rather than printing it. Also, self,attack_limit should be self.attack_limit

Oguz Dumanoglu
Oguz Dumanoglu
5,169 Points

Again you are like super hero Kourosh!

thanks Kurosh you are a life saver