logo
Tags down

shadow

How to fix: "TypeError: 'bool' object is not subscriptable"


By : Douglas
Date : October 17 2020, 06:10 PM
To fix the issue you can do By using userData[n] you are trying to access the nth element in a subscriptable object.
This can be a list, dict, tuple or even a string.
code :
def getUserData(username):
    global privateKeysFilename
    filename = privateKeysFilename

    with open(filename, "r") as keysFile:
        for line in keysFile:
            line = [token.rstrip("\n") for token in line.split(",")]
            if(username == line[0]):

                if DEBUG:
                    print("\n=== DEBUG\nUser data = %s\n===\n" %(line))

                return True, line
    return False, None
userData = getUserData(username)
if userData [0]:
    e, n = int(userData[1]), int(userData[2])
    y = modularPower(r, e, n)
else:
    # Your failure condition


Share : facebook icon twitter icon

How to correct "TypeError: 'NoneType' object is not subscriptable" in recursive function?


By : Zekeriya
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
this one helps. This simply means that either tree, tree[otu], or tree[otu][0] evaluates to None, and as such is not subscriptable. Most likely tree[otu] or tree[otu][0]. Track it down with some simple debugging like this:
code :
def Ancestors (otu,tree):
    try:
        tree[otu][0][0]
    except TypeError:
        print otu, tre[otu]
        raise
    #etc...

NLTK python error: "TypeError: 'dict_keys' object is not subscriptable"


By : user2581031
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
To fix the issue you can do Looks like you are using Python 3. In Python 3 dict.keys() returns an iterable but not indexable object. The most simple (but not so efficient) solution would be:
code :
vocab = list(fdist1.keys())

python3 / pymongo "TypeError: 'NoneType' object is not subscriptable" within class


By : Jimmy Tam
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
hope this fix your issue As spotted by Daniel Roseman the databse was not initialised. I believed this to be carried through from an earlier call, but was required within the class.
code :
Well you say the database is initialised, but that error clearly tells you it isn't - and I don't know how it could be. Where do you think you're doing that? – Daniel Roseman Dec 29 '16 at 17:53


I thought I was initialising in my app.py, this was not the case and needed to call for the initialisation in the admin class. I didn't think this was required but clearly an oversight by a novice. Please post as an answer and I'll mark it as accepted. Thank you – the_frank Dec 30 '16 at 11:41   

How to troubleshoot and resolve "TypeError: 'NoneType' object is not subscriptable" in python


By : Odie
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
will be helpful for those in need Whenever you have a function that can explicitly return None, you should always check the return value first:
code :
def func(a):
    if a == 1:
        return list(range(10)) # could return a list
    else:
        return None            # or it could return None

a = 10
f = func(a)

f[1]
# raises TypeError: NoneType is not subscriptable

# check for NoneType first
if f is not None:
    print(f[1])
# otherwise, kick out different result
else:
    print('Got "None" for f!')

# Got "None" for f!
if ticket_search is not None:
    for event in ticket_search["_embedded"]["events"]:
        a = event["id"]

else:
    raise TypeError
    # or do something else



Receiving a "TypeError: 'bool' object is not subscriptable" and not sure why or how to fix it


By : user3580997
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it helps some times I am making a simple game in pygame and have encountered an error in an attempt to reduce code. , Here you change bulletDirectionBoolean to a boolean:
code :
...
    if directionList[i] == 1:
        if bulletDirectionMoving[i] > limits[i]:
            bulletDirectionBoolean = False
...
...
    if directionList[i] == 1:
        if bulletDirectionMoving[i] > limits[i]:
            bulletDirectionBoolean[i] = False

...
Related Posts Related Posts :
  • Python hex string encoding
  • Get week start date from week number
  • How to use imports from requirements.txt in python
  • Removing tab indent in ipython shell
  • I need to remove duplicates from a list but add the numeric value in them
  • Delay default arguments being read until function is called
  • Interpolate / fillna with a decay formula in pandas
  • What python package can translate Greek letter to ASCII requivalent?
  • How to get output of OS command from Jupyter notebook?
  • Printing AND writing the RIGHTLY formatted number
  • How do I create a shortcut to import most used python modules?
  • Matplotlib: Show selected date labels on x axis
  • Understanding memoization in Python
  • why does the len function return 2 on some iterations when they are all the same length?
  • Change in preference value does not affect the results of Affinity propagation Clustering
  • returning values inside a function
  • Why cant I use a variable in str slicing?
  • Section divider in Spyder
  • Conditional statement in selenium if element does not exists
  • Pandas : how to select index/row label in dataframe that matches a condition
  • What does zero do in A[0] in this code? Why not empty or another number?
  • Google App Engine urlfetch PayloadTooLargeError: Request exceeds 10 MiB limit for URL
  • Is there a way to set up optional arguments to bypass input arguments?
  • Suppress OpenMP debug messages when running Tensorflow on CPU
  • How to do GridSearchCV for F1-score in classification problem with scikit-learn?
  • Why does .pop() eventually stop and not keep removing items from a list until the list is empty?
  • How do I acess my Spider data from my main.py script?
  • Python Pandas Expand a Column of List of Lists to Two New Column
  • Overhead of python multiprocessing initialization is worse than benefits
  • Python Joining List and adding and removing characters
  • Adding an lxml library to project
  • Concatenating tensors in Tensorflow with None axis
  • Need help understanding why i get attribute error
  • How to force a MIDI device to report control status?
  • What does *** mean in Python -3?
  • How to get GFCC instead of MFCC in python?
  • How do I print a number n times in python?
  • How do i split a string wherever there are digits?
  • List Comprehension Python Prime numbers
  • "list index out of range" when reading data from file
  • What's the correct datetime format for the specified date string?
  • I cannot import CSV file?
  • Matplotlib pyplot plots look different after calling pandas profiling. How can I fix this?
  • Stopping all the instances of a specific region
  • Deal with Birtish summer time
  • Unable to use ColorWheel without loading kv (AttributeError)
  • What are these characters called: 。. !?etc Trying to split sentences stops working with non standard characters
  • rand.randint returning same number over and over?
  • Find longest sequence that does not contain a certain number
  • How do I convert a map object to list and also assign to a variable
  • sympy error: 'Symbol' object has no attribute 'pi'
  • How to remove words without vowels from a list in python
  • Downloading python to macbook
  • TypeError: __init__() missing 1 required positional argument: 'units'
  • Check if a class is a dataclass in Python
  • Unable to scrape google news heading via their class
  • Array of structs with dynamic allocation runs very slow in C in comparison to Python
  • Python Pandas - find all unique combinations of rows of a DataFrame without repeating values in the columns
  • How do I change the numbers in a cell to the word 'Bus' in Pandas Python
  • 'ascii' codec can't encode character : ordinal not in range (128)
  • shadow
    Privacy Policy - Terms - Contact Us © 35dp-dentalpractice.co.uk