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I am so so very much confused... Can someone please help me.
I've tried so many things for the top half but nothings working. I was told the bottom half was right, is it?
class Student: name = "Your name" def praise(self.name): return keegan = Student() keegan.name = "Keegan" print(keegan.praise())
Yo Keegan, you are way overthinking it.
class Student: name = "Joshua Klink" me = Student() print(me.name)
As you can see, I used my name as an example you should use yours!!!
Chris FreemanTreehouse Moderator 68,179 Points
Your structure isn't quite right.
- a method should have
selfas the first parameter. This becomes a reference to the instance executing the method.
self.nameis the correct way to reference the instance variable. Great job!
returnstatement has no argument and will return
returnstatement argument should be a string that references
Post back if you need more help. Good luck!!
So what would I do?