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Mon Oct 29 16:10:44 CET 2001
"Alberto Rodriguez" <x at x.com> wrote in message
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> >>> print ox.primero
> answer with: number1 (the correct answer)
> but when i send a parameter
> >>> print ox.primero('1')
> I have this error:
> Traceback (most recent call last):
> File "<interactive input>", line 1, in ?
> TypeError: object of type 'unicode' is not callable
This would seem to establish that primero is a string attribute, and is not
callable. You can verify this with
So, what makes you think you can call it as a method? What code can you run
in Visual Basic for Applications (?) that is equivalent to the
oRec = ox.primero('asfd')
that fails in Python?
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