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 Problem with adding arbitrary parrameters to __init__ method
#1
Hello Python community,

At the moment i'm starting to learn Python and it is going well, but I'm a bit stuck figuring out why the def __init__ wont take a parameter with a single asterisk.
The one with two works fine, anybody that knows if this even can work or is there something wrong in my code?

Here is the code:
print("\nAnother class for users:")
class User():
    """Describing a user."""
    def __init__(self, first_name, last_name, *languages, **information):
        self.fullname = first_name + " " + last_name
        self.languages = languages
        self.information = information



Thanks in regards

Mudo

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