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My getter and setter methods are not working with my functions.

+1 vote
asked Aug 26, 2021 by Jamal Artis (130 points)
class Order:
    number = 0
    name = ""
    amount = 0.0
    def __init__(self, number, name, amount):
        self.number = number
        self.name = name
        self.amount = amount
    def getnumber(self):
        return self.number
    def setnumber(self,number):
        self.number = number
    def getname(self):
        return self.name
    def setname(self, name):
        self.name = name
    def getamount(self):
        return self.amount
    def setamount(self, amount):
        self.amount = amount


class OrderUI:
    def __init__(self):
         self.orders = {}
    def display_order(self):
        print("** Order List **")
        print("Order Number: ", Order.number)
        print("Order Type: ", Order.name)
        print("Order Amount: ", Order.amount)
    def getSelection(self):
        print("===========Welcome to Pizza Palace - Class Demo===========")
        print("1. Display Orders.")
        print("2. Add New Order.")
        print("3. Remove Order.")
        print("4. Edit Orders.")
        print("5. Save Order")
        print("9. Exit the Order")
        return int(input("Selection: "))
    def add_order(self):    
        number = int(input("Enter your order number: "))
        name = input("Enter your order type: ")
        amount = float(input("Enter your order amount: $"))
        self.orders[number] = Order(number, name, amount)
        print(number, "has been added.")
    def save_order(self):
        fileName = input("Enter a filename: ")
        with open(filename, "wb") as f:
            for order in orders.values():
                number = orders.number
                name = orders.name
                amount = orders.amount
                print(",".join(number, name, amount), file = f)
    def remove_order(self):
        removeNumber = int(input("Enter the Order Number to be Removed: "))
        if removeNumber in self.orders:
            del orders[removeNumber]
            print("Item Not Found.")
    def edit_order(self):
        oldNumber = int(input("Enter the Order Number to Edit: "))
        if oldNumber in self.orders:
            newNumber = int(input("Enter your New Order Number:"))
            newName = input("Enter your New Order type: ")
            newAmount = float(input("Enter your New Order Amount: $"))
            Order[oldNumber] = Order(newNumber, newName, newAmount)
            print("Item Not Found in List")
while True:
    ui = OrderUI()
    selection = ui.getSelection()
    if (selection == 1):
    elif (selection == 2):
    elif (selection == 3):
    elif (selection == 4):
    elif (selection == 5):
    elif (selection == 9):
        print("Exiting Program....")
        print("Invalid Entry! Please enter a number from 1-5 or 9 to exit.")

if __name__ == "__main__":

1 Answer

0 votes
answered Sep 22, 2021 by Peter Minarik (88,520 points)

Let's start by saying that I'm not a Python guru. Feel free to verify what I say below from other sources.

I don't see any problem with your constructor or setters.

The problem is that display_order() does not iterate through the orders, but displays the values of a static object (which contains the default values of course).

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