alan.gauld at yahoo.co.uk
Tue Jul 5 04:01:14 EDT 2016
On 05/07/16 01:42, Steven D'Aprano wrote:
> On Tue, Jul 05, 2016 at 12:47:27AM +0100, Alan Gauld via Tutor wrote:
>>> I then tried using
>>> elif keycode == 27:
>>> but this statement didn't work.
>> I'm not sure why that didn't work.
>> What exactly happened? Did you get a different error message?
>> If so what?
> I expect that the keycode is always a tuple, usually with two items but
> sometimes with one. So keycode == 27 compares the tuple (27,) with the
> int 27 and finds them to be different.
but then the 'in' tests would fail.
>>> (27,) in (27,36)
the fact that the 'in' tests work suggests that keycode
is an int. But in that case the == test should work...
Although I just realized that the OP didn't actually say
the 'in' tests worked, just that they pass the compiler...
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