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Kade Carlson5,928 Points
Not quite sure what this is asking
I could just be overthinking this but I'm not exactly sure what this is asking me to do
from models import Challenge def create_challenge(name, language, steps): name = CharField(max_length=255) language = CharField(max_length=255) Steps = IntegerField(default=1) Challenge.create(content=)
Ryan Kriegbaum16,180 Points
I wasn't too clear on this one either, but I'll see if I can help out.
tl/dr What I ended up with was something like:
from models import Challenge def create_challenge(new_name, new_language, new_steps=1): Challenge.create(name=new_name, language=new_language, steps=new_steps)
For your code, you can get rid of the data declaration because we imported Challenge (already declared, maybe a few lessons back?). If you play around a bit (or have it saved somewhere, or just remember) you'll see that Challenge has data fields ('columns') with the exact same names of the arguments we are supposed to be passing through - 'name' 'language' and 'steps'. Since we are being asked to fill in information ('values') with the information being passed through the create_challenge function's arguments, we can just finish that create() statement with those arguments. Should be something like Challenge.create(column = value, etc, etc).
Hope that helps