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Having a hard time with this question
I keep having trouble with this question, the class returns int without doubling it, how can I change my code to make it work. And also what is the use to override the new if I need to use it
class Double(int): def __init__(self, *args, **kwargs): def __new__(self, *args, **kwargs): super().__new__(*args, **kwargs) double = int*2 return double int = Double()
Steven Parker216,136 Points
The checker apparently gave you a false "pass" on task 2.
The "__new__" method should not be inside the "__init__" method.
hope this helps ,,, class Double(int): def __new__(*args,**kwargs): return 2 * int.__new__(*args,**kwargs) ''' ,,,