[Tutor] input problem
airscorp at otenet.gr
Sun Aug 22 20:52:33 CEST 2010
On 08/22/2010 09:35 PM, Roelof Wobben wrote:
> I made this programm :
> def count_letters(n,a):
> count = 0
> for char in n:
> if char == a:
> count += 1
> return count
> fruit= input("Enter a sort of fruit: ")
> teller = input("Enter the character which must be counted: ")
> x=count_letters (fruit,letter)
> print "De letter", letter , "komt", x , "maal voor in het woord", fruit
> The problem is that I can't have the opportuntity for input anything.
> I use python 2.7 on a Win7 machine with as editor SPE.
You are using Python 2.x, so you should use raw_input() instead of input().
Note that in Python 3.x, raw_input() has been renamed to just input(),
with the old 2.x input() gone.
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