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Python Object-Oriented Python (retired) Inheritance __str__

Strings appear to match exactly yet I fail __str__Challenge.

The message I get when trying to complete this is Bummer! Expected "Player 1: 5; Player 2: 2". Got "Player 1: 5; Player 2: 2". To me, those strings look the same. It's looks like Player 2 has the wrong score. What should I do here? Thank you!

game_str.py
from game import Game

class GameScore(Game):
    def __str__(self):
        return 'Player 1: {};  Player 2: {}'.format(*self.score)

1 Answer

Chris, I want to be a developer sooo bad but I am the worlds worst typist. Thank you for responding, I appreciate it.

ADAM

Chris Howell
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Dont beat yourself up about it.

I am a pretty decent typist and speller, I write typos everyday when coding. But eventually it will all start looking familiar to where when you read code. You will just see some errors popping out at you.

"Oops that doesn't go there, what are you doing fingers this is Python not PHP." Haha.