Im making a simple python script to process a table. I am using a array to store the cell values. Heres the code:
table = hlen = input("Please enter the amount of columns \n") vlen = input("Please enter the amount of rows \n") curcol = 1 currow = 1 totcell = hlen*vlen while (totcell >= curcol * currow): str = input("Please input "+ str(curcol) +"," + str(currow)) table.append(str) if (curcol >= hlen): currow =+ 1 //Process Table
The program runs sweet, asking for the first cell at 1,1. All is well, until the code stops when reloading. Heres pythons error output
Traceback (most recent call last): File "./Evacuation.py", line 13, in <module> str = input("Please input "+ str(curcol) +"," + str(currow)) TypeError: 'int' object is not callable
Thanks for any help.
You're shadowing the built in
str with your variable name:
str = input("Please input "+ str(curcol) +"," + str(currow))
The second time around, with
str(currow) you're trying to call
str, which is now an
Name it anything but that!
Also, you're in Python 2, so it's far preferred to use
raw_input instead of