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Python Object-Oriented Python (retired) Inheritance Override Inherited Methods

I'm having trouble understanding how to change the Sheep.noise() to an uppercase version of sound.

from animal import Animal

class Sheep(Animal): sound = 'baaa' Sheep.noise = sound.upper()

4 Answers

Kenneth Love
STAFF
Kenneth Love
Treehouse Guest Teacher

You need to write a new noise method for your class.

Hi Chris, Where did you get .noise from? If it from import animal what code is in animal.py?

That's a good question, Gloria. I have no idea. It is just the exercise question. It says "Animal.noise is returned as self.sound.lower() how can you return Sheep.noise as all upper case with the value passed?" ... I may have worded it a little wrong, but those are the terms it gives me.

Thanks!

Thank you Kenneth. I totally missed that for some reason. Literally face pounded my desk when I figured it out. :P