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Cynthia Lopez232 Points
Why do we need to put sneaky = True in the Thief class and then again for self.sneaky = True under super()?
Maybe I missed it in the video but Im not sure why we need to put sneaky = True in the Thief class (right under class Thief(Character):) and then again for self.sneaky = True under super() in the
do we need to put the first sneaky under the class?
Chris FreemanTreehouse Moderator 68,390 Points
The class attribute is not needed since every instance will initialize the
sneaky attribute during the
I suspect the class attribute was left over from before the
__init__ was fully defined.