[Tutor] Pizza panic game
d at davea.name
Sun Feb 5 12:58:02 CET 2012
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On 02/05/2012 05:35 AM, myles broomes wrote:
> I apologise, this is what the code actually looks like:
> Spikey ball class:
> class Spikey_ball(games.Sprite):
> """A hazardous spikey ball that falls to the ground."""
> image = games.load_image("Spikey_ball.png")
> speed = 0.5
> def __init__(self, x, y = 90):
> """Initialise the spikey ball object."""
> super(Spikey_ball, self).__init__(image = Spikey_ball.image,
> x = x, y = y,
> dy = Spikey_ball.speed)
> def update(self):
> """Check if botton edge has reached the screen."""
> if self.bottom> games.screen.height:
> def handle_caught(self):
> """Destroy if caught and end game."""
> if self.bottom> Pan.top:
> Sorry for the confusion and thanks in advance.
Sometimes I see this type of symptom when somebody mixes tabs and
spaces, a definite no-no. This message looks like you use pure spaces
for indentation, which is the style I prefer. Anyway, handle_caught()
is still indented one more column than update(), so it gets an
IndentationError: unindent does not match any outer indentation level
If you have any doubt, follow Alan's advice, to see just what the
attributes of pizza are at that point.
Or add a print in top-level code to see what the attributes of
Spikey_ball class are.
If all this is indeed a cut&paste error, and the indentation is correct,
then I'd look to see what the type of the pizza is when it fails.
Perhaps it's not really Spikey_Ball.
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