Returning the wrong item
I'm kind of stuck up to this point
class Liar(list): def __len__(self,count,value,*args,**kwargs): super().__len__() for _ in range(count):
Steven Parker194,521 Points
Here's a few hints:
- the method only needs to take one argument, "self"
- calling the super method of the same name is a good idea, but you need to save the return value
- once you have the "real" value, you can easily return a wrong one (like add something to it)