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Python Object-Oriented Python (retired) Objects Create a Class with a Method

What's wrong with my code? =s

Now, add a method named hours that returns "We're open from {} to {}.". Replace the first placeholder with the open time and the second with the close time. Remember you need to pass keywords to .format() if your placeholders have names.

class Store:
    open = 9
    close = 20

def hours(var):
    return ("We're open from {} to {}.".format(var.open, var.close))

1 Answer

Jennifer Nordell
Jennifer Nordell
Treehouse Teacher

In a nutshell? Indentation. Remember a method is a fancy name for a function declared inside a class. If you properly indent that function, your code passes! Try adjusting the indentation of the method :smiley:

thank's :P