[Tutor] Iterating through tokens from a split command
alan.gauld at blueyonder.co.uk
Fri Mar 19 16:35:51 EST 2004
A couple of things here.
First you only ever read a single line from the file. You then iterate
over the tokens in that line but never stop - hence the index error!
You probably want to restructure it soomething like:
for line in inputfile.readlines(): #readlines, plural!
tokens = line.split['|']
for token in tokens: # iterates over the tokens
if token == '0x11':
new = '0x02|'
elif token == '0x03':
outputfile.write(token + "|")
This saves all the indexing, means you don't need to check for
index errors or end of file limits. It lets Python take the
strain and makes your job easier.
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