Old Paranoia Game in Python

SPK spkane at mac.com
Tue Jan 11 04:00:58 CET 2005


You can download the code from the web directly now at:

http://homepage.mac.com/spkane/python/

Thanks for all the code suggestions. This is what I was hoping for, but 
was honestly suprised to actually get it all, although I did get at 
least one emotional blast, so I don't feel like Usenet has completely 
changed from it's old self...grin....

I already made a change to the this_page() method based on a 
suggestion, and will happily pursue many of the other sugestions here. 
I'm only about 100 pages into Mark Lutz's "Learning Python" book, so 
I'm sure there is a lot more learning to do.

Thanks for all your input!

Sean



On 2005-01-10 15:44:33 -0800, "McBooCzech" <petr at tpc.cz> said:

> Newbie in Python.
> I did copy the whole script form the web and save it as para1.py. I did
> download pyparsing module and save it to
> C:\\Python23\\Lib\\pyparsing122.
> I did run following script:
> 
> import sys
> sys.path.append('C:\\Python23\\Lib\\pyparsing122')
> 
> from pyparsing import *
> extraLineBreak = White(" ",exact=1) + LineEnd().suppress()
> text = file("Para1.py").read()
> newtext = extraLineBreak.transformString(text)
> file("para2.py","w").write(newtext)
> 
> I did try to run para2.py script, but following message
> 
> File "para2.py", line 169
> choose(4,"You give your correct clearance",5,"You lie and claim
> ^
> SyntaxError: EOL while scanning single-quoted string
> 
> So my questions are:
> Why pyparser didn't correct the script?
> What I am doing wrong?
> Is it necessary to correct the script by hand anyway?
> 
> Petr





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