[Tutor] Syntax Errors
jason.massey at gmail.com
Tue Jan 3 23:03:13 CET 2006
Thanks! It's the tab vs spaces, alright.
I use tabs for my spacing and I was touching a part of the code that a
co-worker wrote. Guess what he uses? Spaces.
Thanks for that insight and I'll be sure to read up on the command line
On 1/3/06, Danny Yoo <dyoo at hkn.eecs.berkeley.edu> wrote:
> On Tue, 3 Jan 2006, Jason Massey wrote:
> > I've just finished ripping out a bunch of lines in one of my wxPython
> > programs. Testing it out I get:
> > C:\Python24>tla2.py
> > File "C:\Python24\tla2.py", line 412
> > self.grid.SetCellValue(0,0,"Site")
> > ^
> > SyntaxError: invalid syntax
> > There's nothing wrong with that line. I didn't even touch it in the
> > overhaul (refactoring is much too delicate of a word for the surgery I
> > just did). I can make the error go away by unindenting the line, but
> > all that happens then is the error gets passed onto the next line down.
> Hi Jason,
> Can you show us the line in context? That is, can you show us a few lines
> above and below?
> Also, let's make sure we're not running into a silly tab-vs-spaces issue.
> Can you try running Python with the '-tt' command line option? This will
> enable Python to strictly treat mixed tabs and spaces as a bad thing.
> Good luck!
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