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Python Object-Oriented Python (retired) Inheritance Override Inherited Methods

Dan Badertscher
Dan Badertscher
5,327 Points

Sheep Challenge Pt. 1: Object-Oriented Python

My code isn't passing, any advice?

from animal import Animal
class Sheep(Animal): 

The error message is

" Bummer! SyntaxError: class Sheep(Animal): "

sheep.py

1 Answer

Hi Dan,

Your class doesn't have any code in it yet.

The task gives you a tip that you can create empty classes with pass

You can use pass anytime you're not yet ready to write the code for a class or a function/method. It represents a line of code that doesn't do anything.