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Python Object-Oriented Python (retired) Objects Create a Class with a Method

How do I do this?

Don't know what the correct code would be, please help.

class Store(open, close):
  open = 9;
  close = 7;

1 Answer

Dan Johnson
Dan Johnson
40,533 Points

When dealing with classes what you put in between the parentheses is what your class will inherit from. For the actual parameters needed for constructing the object you'll use the __init__ special method.

For this first stage, all you need to do is remove open and close from the parentheses and you should be fine.

On a side note: semicolons aren't required to end statements in Python so you can remove those if you wish.

Thanks again.