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Python Write Better Python Cleaner Code Docstrings

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Challenge Task 2 of 2

Add a docstring to Treehouse. Should be "Methods related to Treehouse and students.".

starter.py
class Treehouse:

    def student(self, name):
    '''Gives a pleasant message about the student.'''
    return '{} is a great Treehouse student!'.format(name)

class Treehouse:
  def student(self, name):
      '''Methods related to Treehouse and students.'''
    return '{} is a great Treehouse student!'.format(name)

1 Answer

Jason Anders
MOD
Jason Anders
Treehouse Moderator 145,526 Points

Hey there,

I feel you may have got a bit off track with the instructions. Task two just wants you to add a docstring to the Treehouse class, but you seemed to have added a duplicate Treehouse class and added the docstring to student method inside of the duplicate instead of to the class?

First, you will need to delete the entire duplicate method (you can't have two methods with the same name anyway), and then just add the required docstring for Task 2 to the class (the same way you added Task one's docstring to the method).

Keep Coding! :)

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