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Python Object-Oriented Python (retired) Objects Create a Class with a Method

method.py

Now, add a method named hours that returns "We're open from {} to {}.". Replace the first placeholder with the open time and the second with the close time. Remember you need to pass keywords to .format() if your placeholders have names. I am stuck at the below task, please suggest what is wrong in below code

method.py
class Store:
    open = 9
    close = 6

    def hours(self):
        print("We're open from {} to {}".format(open, close))

1 Answer

Antonio De Rose
Antonio De Rose
20,882 Points
class Store:
    open = 9
    close = 6

    def hours(self):
        print("We're open from {} to {}".format(open, close))#this line is only where the issue is, 
#other than that all seem good, first it should not print, instead return, 
# then the place holder variables, need to be used as properties, with the aid of self parameter.

Thanks Antonio, it resolved my issue