[Tutor] Input handling?
steve at pearwood.info
Tue Sep 18 08:21:50 CEST 2012
On Mon, Sep 17, 2012 at 09:19:41PM -0700, Scott Yamamoto wrote:
> 2.7.2 on python for ios(platform is darwin)
> problem reoccured
What problem? Your code works for me.
1) what you expect to happen
2) what actually happens
3) if there is a traceback, COPY AND PASTE the ENTIRE traceback, do not
summarise or abbreviate it.
> import random
> username = ""
> def playername():
> global username
> Mlist = ["name1","name2","name3"]
> Flist = ["name4","name5", "name6"]
> Llist = ["Lname1","Lname2","Lname3"]
> username = raw_input("input your desired username: ")
> if username == "":
> username = random.choice(Mlist) + " " + random.choice(Llist)
> Doesnt return the error during run
> Attempting implementation of try results in indentation errors in later lines
That's because your attempt to implement try is broken.
But why are you using a try? If your function has a bug, FIX THE BUG,
don't just cover it up with a try...except.
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