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Mon Sep 29 02:58:35 CEST 2008
> On Sep 28, 7:13 pm, alex23 <wuwe... at gmail.com> wrote:
>> The problem is with this:
>> > lines = lines.append(inLine)
>> The append method of a list modifies the list in-place, it doesn't
>> return a copy of the list with the new element appended. In fact, it
>> returns None, which it then attaches the label 'lines' to, so the next
>> iteration through it tries to call None.append...
>> Replace the line with:
> Do you ever want to scream from the rooftops, "'append' operates by
Ah! Thanks, especially for the quick response.
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