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Chris FreemanTreehouse Moderator 67,778 Points
cls() not recognized
AssertionError: Regex didn't match: 'cls\(.+\)' not found in "class DreamVacation:\n def init(self, location, activities):\n self.location = location\n self.activities = activities\n # insert your code here\n @classmethod\n def rome(cls):\n inst = cls()\n inst.location = 'Rome'\n inst.activities = ['visit the Colosseum', 'Eat gelato']\n return inst" : Make sure to return a new instance using
Code is below. Clearly
cls() is there. why isn't it "found"?
class DreamVacation: def __init__(self, location, activities): self.location = location self.activities = activities # insert your code here @classmethod def rome(cls): self = cls(location='Rome', activities=['visit the Colosseum', 'Eat gelato'] ) return self
The issue is the checker expects all of the parameters on the same line. While the code above is correct, for Task 1, the checker rejects it.
Developers: please change the regex to include the re.DOTALL flag (
re.S) so that newlines can be "seen" between parens.
Marking as feedback.