Creating a Program to Decompose a Number and Run a Function on that Decomposition
rhodri at wildebst.demon.co.uk
Fri Jul 19 01:48:24 CEST 2013
On Fri, 19 Jul 2013 00:04:33 +0100, CTSB01 <scott.moore270 at gmail.com>
> 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?
Are you using Python 2.x or 3.x? That print statement is valid 2.x, but
"print" is a function in Python 3, so the parameter need parentheses
This would all involve a lot less guesswork if you cut and pasted both
your code and the error traceback.
Rhodri James *-* Wildebeest Herder to the Masses
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