There are lots of sneks from the desert! There was originally a function input which acted something like the current eval input. For example, in Ubuntu it seems you have to install it as a separate package. How would I restructure it? Probably not the best solution, but before I came here I just made this on the fly to keep working without having a quick break from study. Sneks vary in each biome. I almost gave up experimenting with this tool, maybe other people would too.
Would you like to answer one of these instead? Reply to this email directly, view it on GitHub , or mute the thread. Thought it might be good info to newbies in python like myself. After running the compiled executable on the client, the client shows up on my server. A language can evolve without dying and without changing the function signature. Not the answer you're looking for? If you structured your code differently, you wouldn't run into the problems you are having.
I'm really new to python. It doesn't mean it had to be. I cannot use python 3 provided in my system by python executable to install GateOne: python setup. Consider editing the question or leaving comments for improvement if you believe the question can be reworded to fit within the scope. It looks like you are trying to start the Python interpreter by running the command python. The only idea I have is that you are using python name directly to refer to running python.
Eg: if user types 5 then the value in a is integer 5. I've read that the print statement used to be without parenthesis but that has been deprecated right? Removing functions is not off the table either. Note, however, it is written in Python 3 but it should still be simple enough to follow along. I think this works on Windows Vista and Windows 7. If you want to run your program again, you can press the up arrow to recall the previous command you entered and press enter to run it again, rather than having to type out the file name every time. Eg: if user types 5 then the value in a is string '5' and not an integer. It's better stay on the safe side.
Reply to this email directly, view it on GitHub , or mute the thread. There are lots of sneks from the plains! Have a question about this project? But in the long run that structure would lead to other problems as you expanded your code. Pick which snek you want to be 1. There may be a reason not to do this, that I haven't come across yet! Shouldn't it be documented somewhere more visible, eg. I would also add, since you are new to Python, you really should be using Python 3 not Python 2. Using raw input is usually time expensive waiting for input , so it's not important. Reply to this email directly, view it on GitHub , or mute the thread.
Make sure you check out the link suggested by buran, it will give you a good idea on how a game is structured. Pick which snek you want to be 1. However, I'm getting unexpected results. I figured it may be helpful to see, step by step, why this raises a NameError and not something else, like ValueError : As per Python 2. That way I can explicity set the encoding without having to worry about whether Gate One is running under Python 2 or Python 3 Python 2's open function doesn't support the 'encoding' keyword argument but io.
Can someone help me figure out what's wrong with my crappy game?. However, when I choose the client number 1 , the python script is immediately exited and I get the following error when run on a remote Linux server: Activating client: '172. I made an addition to the following if-statement: elif data! If you want to start it from the command-line, you can run pythonw -m idlelib. NameError: name is not defined Possibly Related Threads. GateOne commit used to retry: Hello, Small update. It helps if you have no global functions.
Therefore, when you key in k, input tries to find what k is. Reply to this email directly, view it on GitHub , or mute the thread. From your description, I think you're using Windows, you've saved a. Use a command-prompt When you're looking at the folder window that contains your Python program, hold down shift and right-click anywhere in the white background area of the window. I was following a simple Python tutorial, but don't get the expected results. This prevents confusion over whether or not reading or writing to a file will occur via bytes or unicode. You are a snek what is your name? I am using Python 2.