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Daniel Fragoso5,333 Points
I don't get how to pass the S subclass's pattern attribute into a method in its parent class Letter
Can anyone help me out with this?
class Letter: def __init__(self, pattern=None): self.pattern = pattern def __str__(self, pattern): s="" for item in pattern: if item == '.': s+="dot-" elif item == '_': s+="dash-" else: pass return s[0:len(s)-1] class S(Letter): def __init__(self): pattern = ['.', '.', '.'] super().__init__(pattern)
Chris FreemanTreehouse Moderator 68,332 Points
You are very close! The
Letter.__str__ method does not need accept a "pattern" argument. Instead, the method should reference the instance attribute
- remove the unnecessary