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Ryan Sands4,543 Points
No clue what to do!
not sure how to solve this
class Rectangle: def __init__(self, w, l): self.w = w self.l = l @property def area(self): return self.w *
Michal JanekFront End Web Development Techdegree Graduate 30,654 Points
Seems like you are missing l in the function.
Otherwise they expect you to create a property which will pose as attribute of the class instance once it comes out of the function.
return self.w * self.l