Mon, 20 Aug 2001 17:57:39 +0200
>going through 'Core python programming' and modified an example to see
>what would happen. Well, errors happen.
>I wanted it to ask me for a number then loop that many time and finally
>report to me what my number was. This is what I typed that made the
>num = raw_input ('What shall I count to? ')
>counter = 0
>while counter <= num:
> print 'loop #%d' %(counter)
> counter = counter + 1
>print 'Your number was: %d', %num
'num' in your example is a string, not an integer!
Use this instead:
while counter <= int(num):
and you're set!