<type 'exceptions.TypeError'>: an integer is required

Ulrich Eckhardt eckhardt at satorlaser.com
Mon Jun 15 13:25:14 CEST 2009

jeni wrote:
[ ..large backtrace.. ]
For your own sake and that of your readers, try next time to reduce the code
that causes the problems to a minimal example. This prevents people from
guessing or simply ignoring your problems.

> /home/Activities/Kremala.activity/Kremala.py in insert_text_file
> (self=<KremalaActivity object at 0x83e22d4 (SugarActivity at 0x86a7800)
>>, strng='geografia:1 nikh me 2 prospatheies\n')
> -->      t=open("elements_file.txt", "a")
>     global open=<built-in function open>

open() doesn't take a string as second parameter, see 'help(open)'. Instead,
it takes one of the integers which are defined as symbols in the os module,
see 'dir(os)'.


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