Newbie! I'm a newbie! What's wrong with this program?
Erik Max Francis
max at alcyone.com
Mon Jul 21 01:40:11 CEST 2003
> The "None" comes from:
> > def newLine():
> > print
> What you meant was:
> def newLine():
> print "\r"
No, that isn't where it comes from.
> (I must admit that I am not familiar with line endings on windoze, in
> linux it is "\n", on windoze it might be "\r" or "\r\n", I don't know
> for sure, however you don't need this function at all)
If sys.stdout is opened in text mode then '\n' will get translated to
the appropriate form regardless. So this is a red herring you're after.
> You might try something like:
> print "There are " + str(minHour(x_hours)) + " minutes in " +
> str(x_hours) + " hours"
That would still print exactly the same thing. The problem is that
minHour is returning None (implicitly).
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