Bank Account App Problem

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Working on a banking app. Here is my code below.
The error message reads:
Traceback (most recent call last):
File “c:\Users\Andrew\Desktop\Codecademy\Python\Python_Projects\bank_account_project\Bank_Account.py”, line 90, in
User(“Strikeouts, ‘27’, ‘2790’”)
TypeError: User.init() missing 2 required positional arguments: ‘pin’ and ‘password’

Can someone tell me what is going on and where I went wrong?

# class zone

class BankAccount(object):
  balance = 0
  def __init__(self, name):
    self.name = name
  
  def __repr__(self): 
    return f"Welcome {self.name} Your current balance is: {self.balance}"
  
  def show_balance(self):
    print(f"Total balance is {self.balance:.2f}")
  
  def deposit(self, amount):
    if amount <= 0:
      print("Error: Deposit must be a number greater than 0!") 
      return 
    else: 
      print(f"Depositing {amount}")
      self.balance += amount
      self.show_balance()
    
  def withdraw(self, amount):
      if amount > self.balance:
        print("Insufficent funds! Please input a withdraw amount less than your current balance!")  
        return
      else:
        print(f"Withdrawing {amount}") 
        self.balance -= amount
        self.show_balance()

class User:  
    def __init__(self, name, pin, password):  
        self.name = name
        self.pin = pin  
        self.password = password  
        
    def change_name(self, new_name):
        self.name = new_name
        return new_name

    def change_pin(self, new_pin):
        self.pin = new_pin
        return new_pin

    def change_password(self, new_password):
        self.password = new_password
        return new_password


class BankUser(User):
    def __init__(self, name, pin):
      self.name = name
      self.pin = pin
      
      # super().__init__(name, pin, password)
      # self.balance = 0

    def show_balance(self):  
        print(self.name + " has an account balance of: " + str(self.balance))

    def withdraw(self, amount):  
        self.balance -= amount

    def deposit(self, depositamount):
        self.balance += depositamount

    def transfer_money(self, user, amount):
        user_input = input("Please insert your pin for the transfer ")
        if self.pin == user_input:
            bill_gates.balance += amount
            steve_jobs.balance -= amount
            return True
        else:
            print("Invalid passcode.")
            return False
        return True  

my_account = BankAccount("Andrew Stribling")
print(my_account)
my_account.show_balance()
my_account.deposit(2000.557945574)
my_account.withdraw(1000)
my_account.__repr__()


# Running the App Zone
User("Strikeouts, '27', '2790'")



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The error message has given an accurate description of what has gone wrong and where.

You have wrapped all the arguments in a single pair of quotes "..." which means everything in between the quotes is considered a string. You have passed one argument, instead of the three arguments (name, pin, password) expected by the __init__ of the User class

# You wrote:
User("Strikeouts, '27', '2790'")

# It should be:
User('Strikeouts', '27', '2790')