timothy at open-networks.net
Tue Aug 2 09:35:27 CEST 2005
Dennis Lee Bieber wrote:
>On Tue, 02 Aug 2005 15:10:23 +1000, Timothy Smith
><timothy at open-networks.net> declaimed the following in comp.lang.python:
>>i'm very curious as to what everyone thinks
> I suspect most of us think: Where's the code?
> followed by: Where's the traceback?
> As for your statement of verifying the path and filename... We
>haven't seen it so can't guess... (part of the "where's the code")
> Does the path contain \n, \t, \r, \f, etc. If it does, and you
>are not using a raw string, you are looking for a file with newline,
>tab, carriage return, formfeed, etc. respectively in the name.
>fid = "c:\temp\something.pdf" #bad, this is
># assuming \s isn't some special character
>fid = r"c:\temp\something.pdf" #good
>fid = "c:\\temp\\something.pds" #okay
it's iterally just
PDFname = 'tmp.pdf'
thats the code.
so obviously it contains no errnous characters. see my update btw. it
actually DOES open the report, but throws up the exception as well.
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