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Tzili Hod5,836 Points
'def Monster:' VS. 'def Monster(self):'
Why aren't we defining the class like this -
def Monster(self): self.color = 'yellow' self.battlecry = 'roar' self.weapon = 'sword'
Don't you need, at a minimum, the self argument when defining a class?
Steven Parker227,114 Points
The self argument is used when defining a method of a class.
It's not used to define the class.