gett error message: "TypeError: 'int' object is not callable"
R.Brodie at rl.ac.uk
Thu Jul 9 12:30:42 EDT 2009
"Tom Kermode" <tkermode at gmail.com> wrote in message
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> Do you know a good way to avoid running into this problem? It
> makes sense to suggest not calling variables the same names as
> built-in functions, but that's hard for a new python programmer who
> doesn't already know what all the built-in functions are.
No, but not redefining the ones you actually use is a good start.
Learning to understand the traceback is the more important lesson,
IMHO. It takes a while to tune into what error messages are trying
to tell you; even when you stop making newbie mistakes, you're
going to have to deal with runtime errors from time to time.
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