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Dhruv Ghulati1,582 Points
Why can I not override Animal.noise just like I override Animal.sound, via creating a new method in the class to overide
Is there a reason why def noise(self) here is not working? def sound(self) did work in its override...
from animal import Animal class Sheep(Animal): pass def sound(self): self.sound='BLaaa' def noise(self): self.noise=self.sound.upper()
Kenneth LoveTreehouse Guest Teacher
You should be changing the
sound attribute in the class, not providing a
sound() method (that that passes shows me I need to add another check to the challenge. Thanks for finding that!). Finally, in
noise(), you need to return the uppercased version of the sound. What you're doing now is changing the method to an attribute...sorta. It's just erroring out due to that being invalid code.