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OOP Challenge 2 0f 3
I don't know where I am going wrong
class Inventory: def __init__(self): self.slots =  def add_item(self, item): self.slots.append(item) class SortedInventory(Inventory): def add_item: super().__init__(slots)
Steven Parker210,130 Points
Your method needs to take the same arguments as the equivalent parent method does. Then, "super" should be used to call that equivalent parent method, passing along the incoming parameter.