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Python Classes - pushing down variable names through functions


Python Classes - pushing down variable names through functions

By : Cristhian Vargas
Date : November 20 2020, 03:01 PM
I wish this help you you're calling get on self.piece which is your method, not the result of the method. This key isn't in your dict and you get default value of get
You need:
code :
moves.get(self.piece())
@property
def piece(self): 
    return self.board[self.r,self.c]


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Can I use PHP reserved names for my functions and classes?

Can I use PHP reserved names for my functions and classes?


By : chetan.shirahatti
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it fixes the issue No, you can't. Thank god.
Interpreting Strings as Variable Names (Classes involved) - Python

Interpreting Strings as Variable Names (Classes involved) - Python


By : user3548599
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish this helpful for you I have some strings of variables names, that must initially be strings (due to file IO). , Try
code :
getattr(self.ui, VariableName).Function()
Is there a Python (3) lint for variable names such as 'len' (built-in functions/reserved words etc)

Is there a Python (3) lint for variable names such as 'len' (built-in functions/reserved words etc)


By : jimmy two hats
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish helps you Following on from the answer of @Samuel Dion-Girardeau
It seems VS Code doesn't use these codes directly. Rather it defines W0622 with more descriptive key here. redefined-builtin in this case. In my VS Code settings (File>Preferences>Settings), I see:
code :
   --disable=all --enable=F,E,unreachable,duplicate-key,unnecessary-semicolon,global-variable-not-assigned,unused-variable,binary-op-exception,bad-format-string,anomalous-backslash-in-string,bad-open-mode
Error in names(classes) <- clean_terms(names(classes)), 'names' attribute must be the same length as the vector

Error in names(classes) <- clean_terms(names(classes)), 'names' attribute must be the same length as the vector


By : user1468617
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish help you to fix your issue Problem solved. Thank you!
Turns out using speed$fine, etc. when I have already defined the dataset using data=speed is not needed and causes this error.
Trouble with global variable names and different functions (using Python)

Trouble with global variable names and different functions (using Python)


By : Septia Anugrah
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
To fix the issue you can do Declaring global hisAnswer1E means "use hisAnswer1E from global scope". It does not actually create a hisAnswer1E in the global scope.
So, to use a global variable, you should first create a variable in the global scope and then declare global hisAnswer1E in a function
code :
def checkEasyHistoryQuestions(hisAnswer1E, hisAnswer2E, hisAnswer3E):
    # <your code here>

def easyHistoryQuestions():
    # <your code here>
    return hisAnswer1E, hisAnswer2E, hisAnswer3E

hisAnswer1E, hisAnswer2E, hisAnswer3E = easyHistoryQuestions()
checkEasyHistoryQuestions(hisAnswer1E, hisAnswer2E, hisAnswer3E)
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