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class Fahrzeug:
    def __init__(self,Leergewicht:int,Baujahr:int):
        self.Leergewicht = Leergewicht
        self.Baujahr = Baujahr
        #self.Leistung = Leistung
    def __str__(self):
        pass


class Fahrrad(Fahrzeug):
    def __init__(self,Leergewicht,Baujahr,Rahmengröße):
        self.Rahmengröße = Rahmengröße
        super().__init__(Leergewicht,Baujahr)

    def __str__(self):
        #ord = "Fahrrad Leergewicht : {}kg Baujahr: {} Rahmengröße: {}cm"
        #return ord.format(Leergewicht,Baujahr,Rahmengröße)
        return  ('Fahrrad Leergewicht : ',Leergewicht)

rad = Fahrrad(10,2019,55)
print(rad)


What I have tried:

i defined the attribute Leergewicht but the raised error tells that the att(Leergewicht) is not defined.
why? how to fix it?
the code is written in german..
Posted
Updated 20-Jul-20 7:48am
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[no name] 20-Jul-20 13:37pm
   
See my answer I have no idea about Python. But about 10 Min. trials on Online Python Compiler (Interpreter)[^] and some google how to convert an int to string in Python:
return ('Fahrrad Leergewicht : ' + str(self.Leergewicht))

[Edit]
Must be less than 10 Min. You posted before 7 mins ;)

1 solution

I have no idea about Python. But about 10 Min. trials on Online Python Compiler (Interpreter)[^] and some google how to convert an int to string in Python I found this should do it:
return ('Fahrrad Leergewicht : ' + str(self.Leergewicht))
   
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Ahmad Qassym 20-Jul-20 15:34pm
   
thanx bro
[no name] 21-Jul-20 8:12am
   
You are welcome.

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