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Python3-3.7.3: cannot run pdb


On 2019-06-07 18:31, Rich Shepard wrote:
> On Fri, 7 Jun 2019, MRAB wrote:
> 
>> It's possible that the error is actually on the previous line and that it
>> thinks that what's on line 35 is a continuation of what's on line 34, but
>> it isn't.
> 
> MRAB,
> 
> If that's the case I'm missing seeing the error. Here are the lines prior to
> and including line 36:
> 
> def __init__(self, parent, *args, **kwargs):
>           super().__init__(parent, *args, **kwargs)
>           # A dict to keep track of input widgets
>           self.inputs = {}
> 
>           # line 0
>           self.inputs['name'] = LabelInput(
>               self, 'Site Name',
>               input_var=tk.StringVar(),
>               )
>           self.inputs['name'].grid(sticky=tk.W, row=0, column=0)
> 
>           self.inputs['date'] = LabelInput(
>               self, 'Sample Date',
>               input_var=tk.StringVar(),
>           )
>           self.inputs['date'].grid(row=0, column=1)
> 
>           self.inputs['medium'] = LabelInput(

Rememnber that these lines are an argument list.

>               self, 'Medium',
>               med = tk.StringVar()
                                     ^ Missing comma.

>               boxchoices = ttk.Combobox(self, textvariable=med,
>                                       values=['Storm water', 'Surface water',
>                                               'Ground water', 'Sediments', 'Soils'])
>           )
> 
> emacs shows all parentheses are paired. I hope that fresh eyeballs see what
> I keep missing.
>