working with classes, inheritance, _str_ returns and a list
daviddschool at gmail.com
Sun Jan 15 14:58:16 EST 2017
I am creating a parent class and a child class. I am inheriting from the parent with an additional attribute in the child class. I am using __str__ to return the information. When I run the code, it does exactly what I want, it returns the __str__ information. This all works great.
1) I want what is returned to be appended to a list (the list will be my database)
2) I append the information to the list that I created
3) Whenever I print the list, I get a memory location
So how do I take the information that is coming out of the child class (as a __str__ string), and keep it as a string so I can append it to the list?
def init (self, model, wheels, doors)
self.model= model etc
child class (parent)
def init(self, model, wheels, doors, convertible)
super(child, self).__init__(model, wheels, doors)
self.convertible = convertible
return "model: " + self.model + etc
car1= child(model, wheels, doors, convertible)
Here is where it goes wrong for me
I am sure I am making a silly mistake in here somewhere...
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