Instructions in book don't work

Jeremy Bowers clp at jerf.org
Thu Jan 10 07:23:21 CET 2002


Dan Hamm <dan at dmhamm.org> wrote:
>>>> class Address:
> ...  def _init_(self, Hs, St, Town, Zip):
> ...     self.Hs_Number = Hs
> ...     self.Street = St
> ...     self.Town = Town
> ...     self.Zip_Code = Zip

__init__ takes *two* underscores on each side, not just one.

(And as a style note, I'd recommend against such cryptic names... 
"Hs_Number" actually took me a moment to figure out what it was!
Nothing wrong with "House_Number".)

> Traceback (most recent call last):
>  File "<interactive input>", line 1, in ?
> TypeError: this constructor takes no arguments

Because you never changed the default __init__, which takes no arguments,
you got this message.



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