Manyung Tah6,928 Points
Override the __len__ method.. whats wrong with my code?
Now I want you to make a subclass of list. Name it Liar. Override the len method so that it always returns the wrong number of items in the list. For example, if a list has 5 members, the Liar class might say it has 8 or 2. You'll probably need super() for this.
Bummer: TypeError: init() missing 1 required positional argument: 'value'
class Liar(list): def __init__(self,value): self.value = value def __len__(self): super().__len__() return len(self.value) + 3
Steven Parker172,196 Points
The instructions say to "Override the
__len__ method", but they do not ask you to override the
__init__ method (or to add a required parameter)
Also, when you call the base "len" method, you don't use the value it returns. But you might want to.