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Python Object-Oriented Python Advanced Objects Double

Task 2 of the Doubles Challenge in Python OOP. I am not sure where l am getting it wrong. Kindly assist

Now override new. Create a new int instance from whatever is passed in as arguments and keyword arguments. Return that instance.

You should remove the pass.

i keep on receiving bummer Try again. Am l writing the wrong code

doubler.py
class Double(int):
    def __new__(*args, **kwargs):
        power = int. __new__(*args, **kwargs)
    return power

2 Answers

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
228,978 Points

You're close, you just have an indentation error.

For the "return" to be considered part of the method, it needs to be indented one more step to line up with the assignment.

Kars Jansens
Kars Jansens
5,348 Points

hey Steven,

I have a question. what does this

power = int. __new__(*args, **kwargs)

and what do you mean with 'it needs to be indented one more step to line up with the assignment.'

Kars

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
228,978 Points

That line creates the new "int" instance, and if you look at the original code you can see the "return" line is indented as much as the "def" line, but that means it is not part of the method. It needs to be indented more (as much as the assignment statement above it) so that it is part of the method.

thanks so much. don"t know how it escaped my attention