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Python Object-Oriented Python Dice Roller Review: Object-Oriented Python

not sure why this wrong

not sure why this wrong, any ideas please?

Hello Brendan, it is number 9. This was my answer

@property def volume(self): return self._volume

@property.num def num(self, num): self._volume = num

1 Answer

Brendan Whiting
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Brendan Whiting
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You need to use the name of the property you're setting after the @ symbol, and then .setter:

def volume(self):
    return self._volume

def volume(self, num):
    self._volume = num;

Here is some documentation that might help.

Thank you Brendan. I just find it hard to wrap my brain around this OOP course