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Python Object-Oriented Python (retired) Inheritance __str__

josiah dubose
josiah dubose
2,525 Points

game_str.py

I don't see what I'm missing here.

game_str.py
from game import Game

class GameScore(Game):
    pass

    def __str__(self):
        return "Player 1: {}; Player 2: {}".format(self.score.self.score)

1 Answer

John Lindsey
John Lindsey
15,629 Points

You can get rid of the pass for part 2. You accidentally used a period instead of a comma for your arguments inside format(). You will also need to either use an asterisk like I did or use self.score[0] and self.score[1] to correctly unpack the contents of self.score which is a list. Hope this helps.

from game import Game

class GameScore(Game):
    def __str__(self):
        return "Player 1: {}; Player 2: {}".format(*self.score)