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Python Object-Oriented Python Inheritance Multiple Superclasses

chinmayanand mishra
chinmayanand mishra
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import random

class Characters:

def __init__(self,name, **kwargs):
    self.name=name
    for key,value in kwargs.items():
        setattr(self,key,value)

class Theif(Characters): sneky = True

def __init__(self,sneky,**kwargs):
    self.sneky=sneky
    super().__init__(name,**kwargs) # Undefined variable name but i am calling the super its should work

def pickpocket(self):
    print("Calle'd by the {}".format(self))
    if self.sneky:
        return bool(random.randint(0 ,1 ))
    else:
        return False

def hide(self, light_level):
    return self.sneky and light_level<10

Once i add the name in the theif class init parameters then the error is corrected. Wanted to understand what is wrong in the same