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    Thread: Self taught , (creating a quiz) syntax error on my array
Post: RE: Self taught , (creating a quiz) syntax error o...

When I run your code with the fixes I have mentioned, it works.
ichabod801 Homework 9 1,821 Jan-10-2020, 02:30 AM
    Thread: Self taught , (creating a quiz) syntax error on my array
Post: RE: Self taught , (creating a quiz) syntax error o...

You're also missing a colon at the end of line 19. It would really help if you would post the full text of the error messages you are getting.
ichabod801 Homework 9 1,821 Jan-10-2020, 01:48 AM
    Thread: Self taught , (creating a quiz) syntax error on my array
Post: RE: Self taught , (creating a quiz) syntax error o...

On line 23 questions is not defined. Is line 9 supposed to be questions instead of question?
ichabod801 Homework 9 1,821 Jan-09-2020, 11:00 PM
    Thread: Help with Global/Coerced Variable (Understanding Scope)
Post: RE: Help with Global/Coerced Variable (Understandi...

Show your modified code. The line I asked you to add should not be indented.
ichabod801 General Coding Help 6 1,475 Jan-09-2020, 03:34 AM
    Thread: Handling a .txt text
Post: RE: Handling a .txt text

What do you get if you take out lines 8 and 9? Are you sure 'Net' is in the line with that capitalization?
ichabod801 General Coding Help 7 1,242 Jan-09-2020, 03:18 AM
    Thread: Help with Global/Coerced Variable (Understanding Scope)
Post: RE: Help with Global/Coerced Variable (Understandi...

You need to call the function. Add this line to the end: my_vars()
ichabod801 General Coding Help 6 1,475 Jan-09-2020, 03:16 AM
    Thread: Print Binary Tree - Python
Post: RE: Print Binary Tree - Python

First you need the depth of the tree, which you can calculate from the list output. That will tell you how many items are in the last row of the 2d output. Then convert everything in the list output t...
ichabod801 Homework 1 1,151 Jan-08-2020, 09:54 PM
    Thread: TypeError: setText(self, str): too many arguments
Post: RE: TypeError: setText(self, str): too many argume...

You need to move , '.15g' inside the call to the format function. As it is now, it's a parameter to setText, when I think you want it as a parameter to format. That is, format(math.pi, '.15g') and the...
ichabod801 General Coding Help 3 2,382 Jan-08-2020, 09:17 PM
    Thread: Homework
Post: RE: Homework

Get rid of the calls to the lower method on line 6, especially since current_users.lower() should cause an error. That's because current_users is a list, you can only use the lower method with strings...
ichabod801 Homework 5 944 Jan-08-2020, 09:13 PM
    Thread: simple if elif conditions in Python
Post: RE: simple if elif conditions in Python

if Universtiy in ("name1","name2","name3"): Universtiy_Group = 'Go8 University' elif University in ("name4","name5"): Universtiy_Group = 'Eligible Go8 University' else: Universtiy_Group = ...
ichabod801 General Coding Help 2 911 Jan-08-2020, 02:35 PM
    Thread: Fun Poll: What should we call a group of data scientists?
Post: RE: Fun Poll: What should we call a group of data ...

I think they should be called statisticians, I really don't think much of the term 'data scientist'. But that's just me practicing on becoming a grumpy old man.
ichabod801 Bar 3 1,308 Jan-07-2020, 04:40 PM
    Thread: Python function executes twice when region loop is present
Post: RE: Python function executes twice when region loo...

The instance count is reported in report_instance_stats. This is called on line 139, at the end of the 'for instance' loop on line 38. But that's within the 'for reservation' loop on line 37, and you ...
ichabod801 General Coding Help 2 1,225 Jan-06-2020, 11:06 PM
    Thread: Attribute Error for Rename / Replace
Post: RE: Attribute Error for Rename / Replace

Well, file_list is a list, while replace is a method of strings. You can't use a string method directly on a list of strings, you have to loop through the list and apply it to each of the strings indi...
ichabod801 General Coding Help 6 3,121 Jan-06-2020, 05:18 PM
    Thread: 3Dbuzz is shutting down, and it's resources are now free
Post: RE: 3Dbuzz is shutting down, and it's resources ar...

snag snag snag ... Edit: Cool. Now I have a dozen or so video archives I will never watch to go with my couple dozen Pact e-books I will never read. : )
ichabod801 Bar 3 1,274 Jan-06-2020, 03:39 AM
    Thread: Define a range, return all numbers of range that are NOT in csv data
Post: RE: Define a range, return all numbers of range th...

Oh, sorry. You need to actually call the check_range function to start the whole thing. And 'number' on line 21 should be 'n' (or 'n' on line 20 should be 'number'). As long as _num_ranges is not emp...
ichabod801 General Coding Help 18 2,918 Jan-06-2020, 03:09 AM
    Thread: Define a range, return all numbers of range that are NOT in csv data
Post: RE: Define a range, return all numbers of range th...

Analysis looks correct. A nested dict (just like the one you used in post #11) should work. Note that my code assumed a list of number ranges, and I also messed up the call to in_range. It should be m...
ichabod801 General Coding Help 18 2,918 Jan-06-2020, 02:32 AM
    Thread: Is There a Better Way to Truncate Variables?
Post: RE: Is There a Better Way to Truncate Variables?

Use integer division (//): equity = portfolio_size // 6000 * 100.
ichabod801 General Coding Help 2 841 Jan-05-2020, 10:54 PM
    Thread: Random module, coin flipping
Post: RE: Random module, coin flipping

This is not really a problem with your code. Your code works, it just doesn't seem to satisfy the requirements of the exercise. Without seeing the exercise as written by the professor, I can't really ...
ichabod801 Homework 3 1,923 Jan-05-2020, 07:55 PM
    Thread: How to make an 'uncrackable' executable?
Post: RE: How to make an 'uncrackable' executable?

Why are you concerned about it getting cracked if you are giving it away for free? It's not like they're going to be taking any revenue from you. Just put a non-commercial use license on it.
ichabod801 General Coding Help 9 2,568 Jan-05-2020, 05:48 PM
    Thread: Can i prevent the random generator to generate already used numbers?
Post: RE: Can i prevent the random generator to generate...

Look at random.sample()
ichabod801 General Coding Help 3 1,126 Jan-05-2020, 04:11 PM

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