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Python Object-Oriented Python (retired) Hack-n-Slash Warriors! Come Out and Play-ay!

OOP challenge task 4

Cracking my head on this challenge. managed the first three but cant get the last one. Please help!!!

When Warrior is converted to a string, the string should be like "Warrior, <weapon>, <attack_limit>". Update your class to produce this string using values from the instance.

warrior.py
from character import Character
class Warrior(Character):
  weapon='sword'

  def rage(self):
    self.attack_limit=20

3 Answers

Keerthi Suria Kumar Arumugam
Keerthi Suria Kumar Arumugam
4,585 Points

I am not sure if I follow your question 100%. But I think you wish to change the str function.

To display your class name, your weapon and your attack limit, define your str function as follows:

def __str__(self):
    return "{}, Weapon : {}, Attack Limit : {}".format(
           self.__class__.__name__,self.weapon,self.attack_limit
           )

Thanx a lot Keerthi. finally solved it

simon bao
simon bao
5,522 Points
def __str__(self):
    return("Warrior, {}, {}".format(self.weapon, self.attack_limit))

i did that but still not working ....

from character import Character

class Warrior(Character): weapon = 'sword'

def rage(self):
    self.attack_limit = 20

def __str__(self):
return "{}, Weapon : {}, Attack Limit : {}".format(
       self.__class__.__name__,self.weapon,self.attack_limit
       )