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October 26, 2011 8:12pm - Sean J McKiernan - nickname: (mekire)
There are apparently more issues with running it in 2.7 than I had thought.
I tried running under 2.7 and got the same syntax error. It seems 2.7 doesn't print to file using the same syntax. I tried fixing that and instantly hit another part that 2.7 didn't like either with keyword-only function arguments. I guess for now it is for python 3 only (I myself am using 3.1) until I fix all the compatibility issues.
October 26, 2011 11:43am - Jouni JÃ¤rvinen - nickname: (rautamiekka)
And it doesn't preserve spaces ... the arrow should point at the equal sign right after the Â§fileÂ§ word.
October 26, 2011 11:42am - Jouni JÃ¤rvinen - nickname: (rautamiekka)
Stupid comment system, screwing up the law signs.
Plus I had wrong line number, it's 371 instead.
October 26, 2011 11:40am - Jouni JÃ¤rvinen - nickname: (rautamiekka)
Nice code there, but I get an syntax error. Tested on Ubuntu 1104 64 with Python 2.7.1 & 3.2, both being 32, and Pygame actually not installed for 3.2.
What I don't get is the line 309 in the main file: you use Augmented Assignment elsewhere but that line is the old stupid way of Visual Basic.
administrator@rauta-m1530-ubuntu:~/Downloads/dcross$ python dcross.pyw
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "dcross.pyw", line 14, in <module>
from scoreprocessor1 import display_scores
File "/home/administrator/Downloads/dcross/scoreprocessor1.py", line 212
if i < 5: print("".join(item+","+str(item)+","+str(item)),file=newscores)
SyntaxError: invalid syntax