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Jorge Grajeda1,239 Points
Could somebody please help me out for the last part of this challenge?
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) def list.sort(): self.sort()
super()add_item(item), you could do
You don't need to define
list.sort(). It's a built in method. You can pass the method your list as an argument, such as
list.sort(your_list), and your list will be sorted.