eric at ericwalstad.com
Tue Mar 18 23:45:28 CET 2008
elis aeris wrote:
> I seriously have done my homework on writing in python
I wonder if I am misunderstanding your question. This is a simple
question about how functions work in Python, right? Something that most
every beginning tutorial covers? You wouldn't be asking here if you had
done your homework.
> below is a 29 kb
> .py file that I wrote to do something, although you may not care what it
Wow, that's one long function! It looks like either you don't
understand what you wrote:
consective_zero = 0
## I don't know what this is
or maybe someone else has commented your code?
> please just tell me in plain words: how do I break function?
And seriously, you'll likely get better answers, faster, when you ask
better questions. It's faster, more efficient and more rewarding. A
smart question also shows us that you will value the time we spend on
the answer. Taking the time to formulate a smart question will often
help you answer the question on your own. Actually you did find the
answer on your own (assuming I understand the question and that you
wrote the function yourself): 'return'.
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