Creating a Program to Decompose a Number and Run a Function on that Decomposition
davea at davea.name
Fri Jul 19 01:49:19 CEST 2013
On 07/18/2013 07:04 PM, CTSB01 wrote:
> On Thursday, July 18, 2013 6:49:03 PM UTC-4, Ian wrote:
>> On Jul 18, 2013 4:23 PM, "CTSB01" <scott.m... at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> File "<pyshell#9>", line 2
>>> ... rtn = 
>> The "..." is the continuation prompt from the interactive interpreter, not part of the code. Don't paste it into Python.
> Thanks Ian. That worked regarding that issue. Now I have an 'invalid syntax' issue unfortunately.
>>> def phi_m(x,m):
> rtn = 
> for n2 in range(0, len(x)*m - 2):
> n = n2 / m
> r = n2 - n * m
> rtn.append(m * x[n] + r * (x[n + 1] - x[n]))
> print 'n2 =', n2, ': n =', n, ' r =' , r, ' rtn =', rtn
> on the line print 'n2 =', n2, ': n =', n, ' r =' , r, ' rtn =', rtn Is it something obvious?
It's only obvious if you're using Python 3.x. You have forgotten the
parentheses in the call to the print() function.
On the other hand, if this is Python 2.x, I have no idea. Next time,
please paste the actual error, not paraphrased. The error message
includes a traceback. and a pointer to where in the line the error was
detected. If it's pointing at the end of the second token, you must be
running Python 3.x
And since you're using that annoying googlegroups, see this:
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