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Should int(d6 object) always be equal to 6? I assume

class D6(Die): def init(self, value = 0): super().init(sides = 6, value = value)

should overwrite the Die class and thus made sides always 6. But It still gets set to a random number in my case

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
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A "D6" always has 6 sides. But the whole purpose of it is to model a dice cube, so the value of it will be a random number from 1 to 6.

Honestly, I can't believe I didn't realise this. It all makes sense now :D