jeanmichel at sequans.com
Tue Feb 12 16:22:08 CET 2013
----- Original Message -----
> In article <1de56e5b-4f9b-477d-a1d4-71e7222a2e4f at googlegroups.com>,
> Cleuson Alves <cleuson.o at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hello, I am trying to run this code, but I get an answer incorrect
> > arguments
> > numbers. someone could put an example of arguments for me to use in
> > the / var
> > / log?
> Since the first cave man tried to sort his rock collection into
> descending order of mastodon kills, people have been inventing really
> awesome debugging tools. One of the earliest, and still near the top
> most people's toolkits is the print statement.
> You've got:
> > if options.logfile is None or options.findstring is None or
> > options.logpos is None:
> > print("Incorrect arguments numbers.\n")
> Start by printing out the values of options.logfile,
> and options.logpos. Then at least you will know which of those three
> causing the problem.
You're being too sarcastic, this guy 's just invented options that are not optional, show some respect :)
To the OP : you forgot to specify one or more of the 3 mandatory options
Check your command line.
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