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Python Basic Object-Oriented Python Emulating Built-ins __iter__

Karyna Reut
Karyna Reut
1,611 Points

Why it did not print previous code?

Hi, so, in the previous videos we had the result: The car has stopped etc. Why didn't we have it here this time?

1 Answer

Travis Alstrand
Travis Alstrand
Treehouse Teacher

Hey Karyna Reut !

This is because she changed the print statements at the bottom to print out the cars attribute of the Dealership class. She was no longer calling any of the "movement" methods from within the Car class. :smiley: