TypeError: 'module object is not callable'

christophertidy at hotmail.com christophertidy at hotmail.com
Mon Sep 3 18:13:28 CEST 2007

> The others spottet the error I missed. But I can offer something else:
> http://dirtsimple.org/2004/12/python-is-not-java.html
> It's a worthy read for someone coming from Java, needing time to adjust.
> Diez- Hide quoted text -
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That deffinately was a useful read, thanks.
Thankyou to everyone who sorted these problems for me, I have
progressed very well
with this python program throughout the day now.

I have another little question before I finish today:
I am currently struggling to use a global variable in my static
functions. I'll explain further

Within my main.py file I have

class Main(object):
    stepStore = StepStore()

    def createDepSteps():
        stepStore.addStep([bol7, pre5])

    def processSteps():
        for step in stepStore.stepList[:]:


Trying this approach I am getting a error saying with the
processSteps() method, stepStore is undefined
To solve this problem I am currently passing in the processSteps()
parameter a stepStore instance created within createDepSteps()
but there is surely a way stepStore can be a global attribute which
can be accessed from both methods?
Any help would be much appreciated again

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