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Mon Mar 24 20:09:01 CET 2008
On Mar 24, 2:53 pm, pythonnubie <exxf... at hotmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Everyone
> I am new to programming in general although I have read alot and
> done alot of experimentation as well as researched afew languages
> namely java python and visual basic . My conclusion is that python
> is one of the best because it eliminates the need to learn about
> access modifiers and form handlers so a user can concentrate
> primarliy on the nuts and bolts of the language .
> i have come across my first exeption using randrange . The exeption
> is " no such attribute " in module random
> platform is xp home and the python build is activestate 2.5
There's definitely a randrange function in the random module, so
something else must be wrong. To get the most out of this list and
minimize wasted bandwidth, the most effective way usually consists of
copying and pasting:
1. The offending code (or just the relevant part if it's too big).
2. The full traceback of the raised exception.
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