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Sabine Lazuhina2,334 Points
I have an error here but can't figure out what's the issue
this is my solution but i am not sure if this is right. Can't get this through.
class Inventory: def __init__(self): self.slots =  def add_item(self, item): self.slots.append(item) class SortedInventory (Inventory): def add_item(self, item): super().add_item(item) return list.sorted(item)
Steven Parker225,769 Points
The challenge will usually let you know when you get it right. "Well Done!"
So there are some issues yet, here's a few hints:
- the challenge said to use the sort() method (not "sorted")
- you don't need to return anything
- the name of the list is not "list"
I'll bet you can get it from here.