first post so go easy on me. I am trying to make it to where when I run my class the name of the restaurant comes back like a title. The problem I ran into was with joe's it comes back as Joe'S with a capital S when I use title(). When I use capitalize() Joe's comes back fine but burger king comes back as Burger king with a lower case k. I am trying to find out how to simplify this so I can have the capitalized letter of each word, without capitalizing the S after the apostrophe. The example I am working on is from Python Crash Course chapter 9. I am running Geany with python version 3.xx. Thanks for all the help.
class Restaurant(): def __init__(self, restaurant_name, cuisine_type): """Initialize name and cuisine type""" self.restaurant_name = restaurant_name self.cuisine_type = cuisine_type def describe_restaurant(self): print(self.restaurant_name.title() + " serves " + self.cuisine_type) def open_restaurant(self): print(self.restaurant_name.capitalize() + " is now open!") restaurant = Restaurant('joe\'s', 'mexican') burger_king = Restaurant('burger king', 'burgers') restaurant.describe_restaurant() restaurant.open_restaurant() burger_king.describe_restaurant() burger_king.open_restaurant()