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Python

Blake Handson
Blake Handson
1,642 Points

Object Oriented Python: from monster import Goblin

Hi Guys,

So I'm wondering.. there is a class called Monster, yet when I'm creating a new class called Goblin that extends the Monster class, it only works if the 'Monster' class is spelt in lower case. Am I missing something here ?

Thanks ^_^

2 Answers

Idan Melamed
Idan Melamed
16,285 Points

I think you are missing that you are importing goblin from monster.py

Blake Handson
Blake Handson
1,642 Points

Ohhhhh. thanks! make sense now.