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Mon Mar 24 20:15:16 CET 2008
> On Mar 24, 11:57 am, Jeff <jeffo... at gmail.com> wrote:
>> What does the code look like?
> # Random Access
> # Demonstrates string indexing
> # Michael Dawson - 1/27/03
> import random
> word = "index"
> print "The word is: ", word, "\n"
> high = len(word)
> low = -len(word)
> for i in range(10):
> position = random.randrange(low, high)
> print "word[", position, "]\t", word[position]
> raw_input("\n\nPress the enter key to exit.")
> The code is an exerp from a chm file . I am petty sutre I am
> nmot getting a char map error from the copy/paste ! it looks
> simple enough !
You have probably called your script random.py, and now it imports itself
instead of the random.py module in Python's standard library.
Rename your script to myrandom.py, remove the compiled version random.pyc in
the same folder, and you should be able to run it successfully.
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