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Mona Jalal4,302 Points
why the following doesn't pass? class Student: name = "Mona" def init(self, name): name = "Mina" or this? class Student: name = "Mona" def init(self, name="Mona"): self.name = name
class Student: name = "Mona" def __init__(self, name): name = "Mina"
Mona, so close!!
class Student: name = 'Mona' def __init__(self, name ='Mina'): self.name = name
They asked you to give the init parameter a default name, and you need self.name to disambiguate between the parameter's value and the attribute.