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Mark Habashy4,346 Points
I have tested my code in Workspaces and it worked, but the challenge doesn't accept it as valid code, so I am confused about what went wrong. Thanks.
class Game: current_score = [0,0] def score(self): player = int(input("Please enter a number : \n")) if player == 1: self.current_score += 1 elif player == 2: self.current_score += 1 else: self.score() def __init__(self): self.score()
Jason Freitas6,716 Points
In order for the code to validate, a 'player' argument is required in the score method. So, the user input isn't necessary.