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Andy McDonaldPython Development Techdegree Student 8,799 Points
Dont know why this worked... Overriding __len__
So I just looked at another question and ended up saving the super().len() to a variable and then used the +2 on the variable and it worked... I'm wondering why I had to do that.
class Liar(list): def __len__(self): super().__len__() return __len__() + 2