FAQ: Learn Python: Classes - Self


#1

This community-built FAQ covers the “Self” exercise from the lesson “Learn Python: Classes”.

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#2

I’m getting an error on submit step 2 asking if the printed result is (diameter / 2)…

class Circle:
  pi = 3.14
  def __init__(self, diameter):
   print("Creating circle with diameter {d}".format(d=diameter))
    # Add assignment for self.radius here:
    self.radius = diameter / 2

But that only works when the instance method is above the print stament and referenced in the format statement.

class Circle:
  pi = 3.14
  def __init__(self, diameter):
   self.radius = diameter / 2
   print("Creating circle with diameter {d}".format(d=self.radius))
    # Add assignment for self.radius here:

What I’m a missing here?