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Python

Conor O'Neill
Conor O'Neill
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kenneth.pickpocket() TypeError

When I try to call pickpocket() or hide(), i get a Type Error for not passing 'self' in.

So, if i pass kenneth.pickpocket(kenneth) it works, but kenneth.pickpocket() will not.

Edit - it looks like adding init resolved the issue for me. However, Kenneth didn't seem to be getting this error before he added init

1 Answer

Please can you provide more of your code?