[Tutor] Trying To Debug Code That Runs Arbitrary Function
james.homme at highmark.com
Thu Dec 2 15:35:15 CET 2010
If you can get away with not telling me the answer, but pointing me to where to look for the answer, I'd be grateful.
In my Python learning, I am just now starting to understand how to make classes and extend them, so I have a very long way to go.
I wrote this code because I wanted to avoid lots of if statements and having to maintain a bunch of code like that. Eventually, my idea is to read in strings from a file, look one up, and use it to execute a function. So I created the following code. But nothing gets printed to the screen. How do I go about figuring out why this isn't happening? Here's the code.
myfuncs = [ "func1",
print "func 1"
print "func 2"
raw_input("Press enter to quit")
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