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Python Object-Oriented Python Instant Objects Your first class

rokas stasiulaitis
rokas stasiulaitis
617 Points

print() out the name attribute of your instance

From my understanding, the instance is created by me = Student(), the second part is confusing to me ('print() out the name attribute of your instance') does that mean the instance needs to be me = Student(name)? if I try print(me) that doesn't work, am I making the instances incorrectly?

first_class.py
class Student():
    name = "Rokas"
    me = Student(name)
    print (me)

1 Answer

indentation is everything in python