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class One: def init(self, name): self.name = name print("Parent init")
class Two(One): def init(self, name, age): print("Super init") super().init(self, name) self.age = age
a = Two("osama", 21)
Steven Parker216,865 Points
Methods have "self" as a first parameter, but it is provided implicitly by the system. When callling a method, it's not necessary to pass "self" explicitly as an argument.
Also, when posting code, use Markdown formatting to preserve indentation and other important aspects of your code.
ok done :)