Machine Problem Using Inheritance in Python

1. Create House Class with the following properties and methods

floorSize

noOfFloors

noOfDoors

switchOn()

lightOpen()

ovenOpen()

2. Create TownHouse Class inherit the House class

3. Modify the value of the following(noOfFloors and noOfDoors)

4. Instantiate the TownHouse Class once

5. Display all the properties

Calling the switchOn() will automatically execute lightOpen() and ovenOpen()

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Program Listing

# mod6_act3.py
# Author : Jake R. Pomperada

class House:
    def __init__(self, floorSize, noOfFloors, noOfDoors):
        self.floorSize = floorSize
        self.noOfFloors = noOfFloors
        self.noOfDoors = noOfDoors

    def switchOn(self):
        print()
        print("\tSwitch ON")
        self.lightOpen()
        self.ovenOpen()
        print()
        print("\tEnd of Program")

    def lightOpen(self):
        print("\tLight Open")

    def ovenOpen(self):
        print("\tOven Open")


class TownHouse(House):
    def __init__(self, floorSize, noOfFloors, noOfDoors):
        super().__init__(floorSize, noOfFloors, noOfDoors)

    def displayTownHouseProperties(self):
        print()
        print("\tHouse Floor Size    : ",self.floorSize)
        print("\tHouse No. of Floors :  ",self.noOfFloors)
        print("\tHouse No. of Doors  : ",self.noOfDoors)

TownHouse_One = TownHouse(320,3,5)
TownHouse_One.displayTownHouseProperties()
TownHouse_One.switchOn()

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