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What's wrong with this code?
I have tried a lot and the code seems fine but it keeps giving Bummers, help>
from flask import Blueprint from flask.ext.restful import Resource, Api, reqparse, inputs import models class IngredientList(Resource): def __init__(self): self.reqparse = reqparse.RequestParser() self.reqparse.add_argument( 'name', required=True, location=["form","json"] ) self.reqparse.add_argument( 'description', required=True, location=["form","json"] ) self.reqparse.add_argument( 'measurement_type', required=True, location=["form","json"] ) self.reqparse.add_argument( 'quantity', required=True, location=["form","json"], type=float ) self.reqparse.add_argument( 'recipe', required=True, location=["form","json"], type=inputs.positive ) def get(self): return 'IngredientList' class Ingredient(Resource): def get(self, id): return 'Ingredient' ingredients_api = Blueprint('resources.ingredients', __name__) api = Api(ingredients_api) api.add_resource(IngredientList, '/api/v1/ingredients') api.add_resource(Ingredient, '/api/v1/ingredients/<int:id>')
Ryan S27,275 Points
The problem is that you have one too many spaces indenting your
def __init__(self): statement. Your tab is 5 spaces, while the rest of your method definitions are 4.