global variables and local functions.
astrophels at yahoo.com
Thu Aug 29 04:57:27 CEST 2002
Hey Guys - stumped again.
Basically here's what I'm trying to do:
list1 = 
list2 = 
global_int = 0
f = open(file)
for l in f.readline():
global_int += 1
for x in range (global_int):
this is the error I get:
File "./mf.py", line 102, in ?
File "./mf.py", line 34, in moveFiles
File "./mf.py", line 27, in populateLists
mlistLen += 1
UnboundLocalError: local variable 'mlistLen' referenced before assignment
It doesn't exactly work, which confuses me because I have global lists
that are populated by the first, and hashed by the second. Why doesn't
this work with the int type?
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