Wrapping statements in Python in SPSS

alankrinsky at gmail.com alankrinsky at gmail.com
Fri Dec 28 18:33:39 CET 2012


I think 396 just comes from the end of the Python loop, without indicating which line in the loop is at issue.

Here is the full code from this section of the loop:


for (
    msr, brk, dmn, src, dspd1, dspd2, dspd3, dspd4, dspd5, dspd6, dspd7, dspd8, dspd9, dspd10, dspd11, dspd12, 
    period1, period2, period3, period4, period5, period6, period7, period8, period9, period10, period11, period12 
) in zip(
    Measure, BreakVariable, Dimension, Sources, DimensionSourceTimeFrame1, DimensionSourceTimeFrame2, DimensionSourceTimeFrame3, DimensionSourceTimeFrame4, 
    DimensionSourceTimeFrame5, DimensionSourceTimeFrame6, DimensionSourceTimeFrame7, DimensionSourceTimeFrame8, DimensionSourceTimeFrame9, 
    DimensionSourceTimeFrame10, DimensionSourceTimeFrame11, DimensionSourceTimeFrame12, 
    TimeFrame1, TimeFrame2, TimeFrame3, TimeFrame4, TimeFrame5, TimeFrame6, TimeFrame7, TimeFrame8, TimeFrame9, TimeFrame10, TimeFrame11, TimeFrame12
): 


     spss.Submit(r"""


Alan


On Friday, December 28, 2012 12:12:27 PM UTC-5, Chris Angelico wrote:
> On Sat, Dec 29, 2012 at 3:43 AM, alan wrote: > Chris, > > I tried placing in the format you suggested and received this error message: > > END PROGRAM. > Traceback (most recent call last): > File "<string>", line 396, in <module> > ValueError: incomplete format key I don't think the code I gave could produce that. You'll need to show a bit more of your code, including at least line 396, possibly some context. Unless one of the other members here has a working crystal ball - mine's cooling down after excessive use. ChrisA




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