You are the developer of the new strategy game and you need to add the soldier creation process to it. Let's start with the 2 types - AsianArmy and EuropeanArmy (each of them will be a subclass of the Army - class with the methods for the creation of soldiers). Also there will be 3 types of soldiers in the game - Swordsman, Lancer, and Archer (also the classes). Each army has unique names for those 3 types. For the EuropeanArmy there are: Knight (for Swordsman), Raubritter (for Lancer), and Ranger (for Archer). For the AsianArmy: Samurai (for Swordsman), Ronin (for Lancer), and Shinobi (for Archer).
Each army can create all 3 types of the soldiers using the next methods:
train_swordsman(name) - create an instance of the Swordsman.
train_lancer(name) - create an instance of the Lancer.
train_archer(name) - create an instance of the Archer.
All 3 classes (Swordsman, Lancer, and Archer) should have the introduce() method, which returns the string that describes the soldiers in the following format:
"'type' 'name', 'army type' 'specialization(basic class)'", for example:
"Raubritter Harold, European lancer"
"Shinobi Kirigae, Asian archer"
In this mission you should use the Abstract Factory design pattern.
my_army = EuropeanArmy() enemy_army = AsianArmy() soldier_1 = my_army.train_swordsman("Jaks") soldier_2 = my_army.train_lancer("Harold") soldier_3 = my_army.train_archer("Robin") soldier_4 = enemy_army.train_swordsman("Kishimoto") soldier_5 = enemy_army.train_lancer("Ayabusa") soldier_6 = enemy_army.train_archer("Kirigae") soldier_1.introduce() == "Knight Jaks, European swordsman" soldier_2.introduce() == "Raubritter Harold, European lancer" soldier_3.introduce() == "Ranger Robin, European archer" soldier_4.introduce() == "Samurai Kishimoto, Asian swordsman" soldier_5.introduce() == "Ronin Ayabusa, Asian lancer" soldier_6.introduce() == "Shinobi Kirigae, Asian archer"
Input: The names of the soldiers and class methods.
Output: The description of soldiers.
How it is used: For game development.
2 types of the army.
3 categories of soldiers.
CheckiO Extensions allow you to use local files to solve missions. More info in a blog post.
In order to install CheckiO client you'll need installed Python (version at least 3.8)
Install CheckiO Client first:
pip3 install checkio_client
Configure your tool
checkio --domain=py config --key=
Sync solutions into your local folder
(in beta testing) Launch local server so your browser can use it and sync solution between local file end extension on the fly. (doesn't work for safari)
checkio serv -d
Alternatevly, you can install Chrome extension or FF addon
checkio install-plugin --ff
checkio install-plugin --chromium