trekker182 at gmail.com
Fri Sep 21 17:36:06 CEST 2007
That was it! Thanks a lot!
I was also trying to output the acronym in caps so I was entering
string.upper (acronym) like whats in the book and kept getting a
"'tuple' object is not callable" error message. Just for the heck of it
I tried it acronym.upper() and it worked! I thought it could work both
Paul Rudin wrote:
> Shawn Minisall <trekker182 at gmail.com> writes:
>> I'm trying to write a program that gets the first letter of every word
>> of a phrase and prints it on screen. I'm having problems with it.
>> I'm thinking a for loop would be good since I don't know the exact
>> number of words the user is going to enter, but after that I get
>> confused. How do I tell python to just goto the beg of each word in
>> the phrase and include it in the acronym? Am I on the right track?
>> for a in string.split(phrase)
>> acronym = phrase 
>> acronym = acronym + 1
> How about:
> for a in phrase.split():
> print a
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