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Python Object-Oriented Python Advanced Objects Dream Vacation

Please help what is wrong with my code


class DreamVacation:
    def __init__(self, location, activities):
        self.location = location
        self.activities = activities
    # insert your code here
    def rome(cls):
        location = 'Rome'
        activities = ['visit the Colosseum', 'Eat gelato']
        return cls(location) 
        return cls(activities)

1 Answer

Josh Keenan
Josh Keenan
19,529 Points

You are wanting to pass both into cls, so you're very close, but you can't do it twice.

    def rome(cls):
        return cls("Rome", ['visit the Colosseum', 'Eat gelato'])

This is returning a new instance of the class, passing in the two parameters to the __init__ method, it expects the first one to be location and the second to be activities. Feel free to ask any questions if you need to. Hope this helps.