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Python Object-Oriented Python (retired) Inheritance Score Method

instance methods

can anyone point to me whr am getting wrong

i have tried the code below

def score(player):
    for key in zip(player):
class Game:

  def __init__(self):
    self.current_score = [0, 0]

  def score(self,**kwargs):
    for value in kwargs.values():
      self.current_score[value] += 1

1 Answer

Stephen Link
Stephen Link
3,685 Points

Have another look at this part of the problem requirement: You'll need to adjust the index (i.e. player = 1 means self.current_score[0] needs to increase). The way you're using "value" right now will result in player = 1 causing self.current_score[1] to increase.