[Tutor] Tutor Digest, Vol 85, Issue 91
steve at pearwood.info
Fri Mar 25 08:14:29 CET 2011
Lea Parker wrote:
> Message 3 - I solved my problem. Yah Me!!!
> P.S I hope this is the right way to let you know so you don't waste your
Hi Lea, glad you solved the problem, and welcome.
For the future though, when replying to a digest, you should edit the
subject line to be something more meaningful than "Re: Tutor Digest".
Using the original subject line of your post is probably best (plus
"Re:" at the start of course).
Also, there's no need to quote the *entire* digest, potentially hundreds
or even thousands of lines, just to refer to one small part of it.
Grumpy old curmudgeons like me have a tendency to bark if you do. (We
rarely bite though.) So please trim your reply to only include enough
quoting to establish context:
> Message: 3
> Date: Fri, 25 Mar 2011 16:27:41 +1100
> From: "Lea Parker" <lea-parker at bigpond.com>
> To: <tutor at python.org>
> Subject: [Tutor] Error in programming
> Message-ID: <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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> Just wondering if you have some time to cast your eyes over another basic
> My way of thinking is firstly I need to fix line 29 which is main(), I tried
> to do this by adding the brackets around text output in line 26. This seemed
> to allow me to type main against margin rather than it wanting to indent but
> didn't fix the problem. Your suggestions would be appreciated.
If you're going to hang around asking a lot of questions, you'll
probably find it easy to have discussions if you don't use the Digest
feature and instead receive individual emails.
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