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Michel Storms1,433 Points
It seems like I am completely missing the point here, and I totally do not understand what to code or make here?
Can someone give me a clue?
class Letter: def __init__(self, pattern=None): self.pattern = pattern class __str__(self, pattern) composed="" for item in pattern: if item = ".": composed += "dot-" else: composed += "dash-" return composed class S(Letter): def __init__(self): pattern = ['.', '.', '.'] super().__init__(pattern)
Steven Parker225,652 Points
You're pretty close, but you have a syntax (and one logic) errors:
- when defining a method, use the word "def" instead of "class"
- a method (or class) definition line should end with a colon (:)
- to be considered part of the (Letter) class, the entire method must be indented
- "pattern" is part of the class, it won't be passed as an argument
- a single "=" is an assignment operator, an equality test is "=="
- you'll need to remove the trailing dash from the last element (a slice might be handy)