[Tutor] Bundle help!

Sara Johnson sarliz73 at yahoo.com
Wed Jul 11 06:37:33 CEST 2007

Alan Gauld <alan.gauld at btinternet.com> wrote:    "Sara Johnson" wrote 

> this is sort of a script that was written and I'm making 
> modifications to. Due to my serious lack of experience, 
> I'm afraid to rewrite anything. 

This is probably a long shot given the code you've posted so far, 
but I don't suppose there are any design documents available? 
Structure charets, class diagrams? Even plain text or pseudo 
  Not sure I follow what you mean by those specific documents or diagrams, but I do have the output and the sample code.  Seems like it would be easy to just enter it all in and get that output, except for the different files I've had to include  ("chmod" command on various scripts).  Not sure if I've described that correctly.  Nonetheless, I've had to bundle this and pickle that and create 3 different files plus one script.  Only close on one of those.  If you are talking about the output on this one step, I can put it into a text file and attach it.  Again my fear is that whatever I do to make that happen will eventually lead to the other outputs as well.
In an ideal world it would be possible to find the faulty function 
without having to read any code, but few projects are that well 
documented. But then again few projects have nothing! If you 
can find it it might tell you at a high level how the code hangs 

I'm not sure zip is the best tool for breaking lists apart, 
but I'm no expert with it. But its easy to do with a simple 
loop if you are dealing with a list of tuples:

list1 = []
list2 = []
for item in theList:
  I will give this a try and some of the other suggestions I have received.  
  Thanks again!

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