J. Cliff Dyer
jcd at sdf.lonestar.org
Mon Oct 22 12:54:13 CEST 2007
Your else statement is incorrectly indented. The interpreter treats it
as part of the for-loop construct inside the if statement rather than as
part of the if statement itself. See the recent thread about for-else
constructs for more details.
If your problem is not obvious yet, make sure you aren't mixing spaces
> I have a if..else statement in my script. The statements all execute
> fine, but the problem is , even if the IF part of the statement is
> true, the else part executes as well. The verion of pythin i use 2.5
> Any help is appreciatiated.
> Big Den.
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