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Python Object-Oriented Python (retired) Inheritance Override Inherited Methods

override inherited methods

my head ain't able to figure out this challenge doors are open for help!

2 Answers

Are you talking about init ? cause I have to agree, it's a lot to grasp. I gone over it a few times and I just have a vague grasp of it. I think it's something like this. The init function is needed to change set values once we get to a certain point in the class object. I know that's not really an answer but it's the best I have.

Rebekah Thompson
Rebekah Thompson
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Are you stuck on a particular section, or are you confused about the challenge overall? I am currently working on this challenge.