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Python Object-Oriented Python (retired) Objects __init__

Override __init__ in Student. Give __init__ a name keyword argument with a default value of your choice.

classes, methods, object-oriented python

class Student: 
    name = 'dave'

def __init__(self, name = "yolo"): 
    self.name = name

1 Answer

Vittorio Somaschini
Vittorio Somaschini
33,371 Points

Hello David,

You are almost there, please check your indentation and you should be good to go.


mohammed abdi abdulahi warsame
mohammed abdi abdulahi warsame
4,926 Points

i understand the rest but i dont get the meaning of setting self.name = name we already know that name is = name!!!