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Python Object-Oriented Python (retired) Inheritance Instance Methods

Error !!

I created an object called log and when I used log.hip_point it shows error. what might be the problem? (PS: I am using python 2.7)

class Character:


  def get_weapon(self):
    weapon=raw_input('weapon([S]word,[A]xe,[K]nife): ').lower()

    if weapon in 'sak':

      if weapon=='s':
        return 'sword'
      elif weapon=='a':
        return 'axe'
      else :
        return 'knife'

      return self.getweapon()

  def __init__(self,**kwargs):
    self.name=raw_input('Enter: ' )

    for k,v in kwargs.items():
Afrid Mondal
Afrid Mondal
6,255 Points

is it hip_point or hit_point???

1 Answer

andi mitre
andi mitre
Treehouse Guest Teacher

Hey Saro - for starters one error that you might be getting is a syntax error on line self.hp =. Can you possibly share all the other errors you are getting?