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Ebrahim Rasromani2,496 Points
has_pulp is an attribute of Orange but I'm not sure why it cannot be accessed in method
Why is the answer False?
Chris FreemanTreehouse Moderator 68,390 Points
In the code:
class Orange(Fruit): has_pulp = True def squeeze(self): return has_pulp
The method is referring to
has_pulp instead of
self.has_pulp. Using just
has_pulp refers a non-existent local variable. So,
return has_pulp raises a
NameError. This means neither
True is returned.
Hence, the quiz answer to the question "
Orange().squeeze() will return True." is "False"
Post back if you need more help. Good Luck!