Build a Budget App Project - Scientific Computing with Python

My code prints the output that’s given in the example and the text aligns, but I can’t get the last check for the project. Could someone look over my code to tell me if there is an issue that I’m not seeing

Code:

class Category:
    def __init__(self,category):
        self.name = category
        self.ledger = []
        self.balance = 0
    def deposit(self,amount,description=""):
        self.balance += amount
        self.ledger.append({"amount": amount, "description": description})
    def withdraw(self,amount,description=""):
        if self.check_funds(amount):
            self.ledger.append({"amount": amount*-1, "description": description})
            self.balance -= amount
            return True
        else:
            return False
    def get_balance(self):
        return self.balance
    def transfer(self,amount,other):
        if self.withdraw(amount,f"Transfer to {other.name}"):
            other.deposit(amount,f"Transfer from {self.name}")
            return True
        return False
    def check_funds(self,amount):
        if amount > self.balance:
            return False
        return True
    def add_expenses(self):
        expenses = 0
        for i in self.ledger:
            if i["amount"] < 0:
                expenses += i["amount"] * -1
        return expenses
    def __str__(self):
        string = ""
        stars = 30 - len(self.name)
        title_line = self.name
        for i in range(0,stars):
            if i < stars/2:
                title_line = "*" + title_line
            else: title_line += "*"
        string += title_line + "\n"
        for i in self.ledger:
            dollar_amount = str("%.2f" % i["amount"])
            if len(i["description"]) <= 23:
                spaces = 30 - (len(i["description"]) + len(dollar_amount))
                string += i["description"] + (" " * spaces) + dollar_amount + "\n"
            else:
                string += i["description"][:23] + " " + dollar_amount[:7] + "\n"
        string += f"Total: {self.get_balance()}"
        return string

food = Category("Food")
food.deposit(1000, "deposit")
food.withdraw(10.15, "groceries")
food.withdraw(15.89, "restaurant and more food for dessert")
clothing = Category("Clothing")
clothing.deposit(5000,"deposit")
clothing.withdraw(45, "new shoes")
food.transfer(50, clothing)
print(food)

    
def create_spend_chart(categories):
    string = "Percentage spent by category\n"
    total_expenses = 0
    char_lines = 0
    for i in categories:
        total_expenses += i.add_expenses()
        if len(i.name) > char_lines:
            char_lines = len(i.name)
    percents = [["100|",100],[" 90|",90],[" 80|",80],[" 70|",70],[" 60|",60],[" 50|",50],[" 40|",40],[" 30|",30],[" 20|",20],[" 10|",10],["  0|",0]]
    for i in percents:
        for j in categories:
            percent = round((j.add_expenses()/total_expenses) * 10)
            percent *= 10
            if i[1] != 0:
                if percent // i[1] > 0:
                    i[0] += " o "
                else:
                    i[0] += "   "
            if i[1] == 0:
                i[0] += " o "
    for i in percents:
        string += i[0] + "\n"
    string += "    " + ("---"*len(categories)) + "-\n    "
    for i in range(char_lines):
        for j in categories:
            if i < len(j.name):
                string += f" {j.name[i]} "
            else:
                string += "   "
        string+= "\n    "
    return string

print(create_spend_chart([clothing,food]))

when you ask for help please always provide the link to the challenge/lesson/step


let’s look at the more verbose output of the tests that is in the browser console as written in the instructions

AssertionError: 'Perc[34 chars]     \n 90|         \n 80|         \n 70|    o[322 chars]    '
             != 'Perc[34 chars]      \n 90|          \n 80|          \n 70|  [340 chars] t  '

the first line is your output, the second is the expected, it looks like you are missing various space characters that were instead expected in the solution

Sorry, I will make sure to do that next time. Would you be able to provide the input for the test the console runs so I can compare the difference between the expected output and my programs output?