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Karen Shumate13,579 Points
create a class named RaceCar. In the __init__ for the class, take arguments for color and fuel_remaining. Be sure to set
Need help on what is wrong. Thanks
class RaceCar: RaceCar = "color", "fuel_remaining" def _int_(self, color=None, fuel_remaining=None, **kwarg): self.color = color self.fuel_remaining = fuel_remaining for color, fuel_remaining, value in kwarg.items(): setattr(self, color, fuel_remaining, value)
Balazs Peak46,157 Points
You've already set the fuel remaining, you just have to worry about the kwargs - this enables the developer who uses this function to give any number of arguments, key-value pairs as tuples in particular. (otherwise it should use args, which is appropriate for simple variables, not key-value pair tuples)
class RaceCar: def __init__(self, color, fuel_remaining, **kwargs): self.color = color self.fuel_remaining = fuel_remaining for key, value in kwargs.items(): setattr(self, key, value)