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Python Object-Oriented Python Inheritance Super!

Emmanuel Opoku
Emmanuel Opoku
3,190 Points

Need help, dont understand this

Need help, dont understand this

inventory.py
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)
        self.slots = [].sort()

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
229,005 Points

The list.sort() method directly affects the list you use it on, so you won't need to do any kind of assignment.

Just call .sort() on the list.