Bug in pythpn 1.5.2. for Win32

Pavel Khmelinsky hmepas at tls.msk.ru
Tue May 8 23:40:08 CEST 2001


Hi!

Ok, lets try this source code:
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def f(m):
    for i in m:
        print i

m1 = range(5,10)
f(m1)
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The output is:
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5
6
7
8
9
------------------

All right, but lets try few differ source code:
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class cl:
    def f(m):
        for i in m:
            print i

c=cl()
m1 = range(5,10)
c.f(m1)
-----------------

And python interpretator returns me this error message:
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Traceback (innermost last):
  File "test3.py", line 11, in ?
     c.f(m1)
TypeError: too many arguments; expected 1, got 2
-----------------

Not working!
Why? I think that is it must working!
I send just one argument to function.
But is not working....
Please help me. May be you have solution of this problem.

P.S.: Sorry for my English, my 1st language is Russian.
P.P.S.: I am using W2k professional

BG,
Pavel Khmelinsky






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