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Animalclass below adding one or more class variables and a
classmethodso that the following code:dog = Animal('dog') cat = Animal('cat') fish = Animal('fish') lion = Animal('lion') mouse = Animal('mouse') print(Animal.zoo())
... produces the following output:10001. Dog 10002. Cat 10003. Fish 10004. Lion 10005. Mouse
Few things to note here:
- The sequencing starts at 10000,
- Each animal gets title cased,
- An individual animal should print the sequence+name string as well, so best to implement the
__str__method on the class.
So making another animal at this point, the following should work:horse = Animal('horse') assert str(horse) == "10006. Horse"
As usual this is what the
pytestcode tests when you submit your code.
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