Create an iterable with a constructor (Python 3 challenge )

Create an iterable with a constructor

Add a constructor to the EvenNumbers class that accepts a parameter called max. This max comes instead of the hard-coded value of 8. So the iterator must return values until it reaches this max value, but it must include the max value. E.g., if max == 20, the iterator returns numbers up to and including 20.

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