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rstrip error python2.4.3 not in 2.5.1?

Hi,

I wrote some python code that retrieves urls from a txt file. In this
code I use .rstrip() for removing the '\n' at the end of every url.
While this code works on my mac (leopard) with python 2.5.1, this same
code fails to work on an ubuntu server with python 2.4.3

I was wondering if there is a problem with .rstrip() in that python
version?

error :
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "delgraph.p y", line 62, in ?
url_metadata = d.get_url(site. rstrip())
Feb 28 '08 #1
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rstrip() works fine in python 2.4.3. May be the problem lies in
somewhere else.

I tried it in FC6 with Python 2.4.3:
>>url = "abc.com\n"
url.rstrip( )
'abc.com'
regards,
Subeen.
http://love-python.blogspot.com/

On Feb 29, 2:30 am, dirkheld <dirkh...@gmail .comwrote:
Hi,

I wrote some python code that retrieves urls from a txt file. In this
code I use .rstrip() for removing the '\n' at the end of every url.
While this code works on my mac (leopard) with python 2.5.1, this same
code fails to work on an ubuntu server with python 2.4.3

I was wondering if there is a problem with .rstrip() in that python
version?

error :
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "delgraph.p y", line 62, in ?
url_metadata = d.get_url(site. rstrip())
Feb 28 '08 #2

"dirkheld" <di******@gmail .comwrote in message
news:3b******** *************** ***********@s37 g2000prg.google groups.com...
| Hi,
|
| I wrote some python code that retrieves urls from a txt file. In this
| code I use .rstrip() for removing the '\n' at the end of every url.
| While this code works on my mac (leopard) with python 2.5.1, this same
| code fails to work on an ubuntu server with python 2.4.3
|
| I was wondering if there is a problem with .rstrip() in that python
| version?
|
| error :
| Traceback (most recent call last):
| File "delgraph.p y", line 62, in ?
| url_metadata = d.get_url(site. rstrip())
| --

What is the actual error message [SyntaxError, NameError? etc] that you
clipped?

Feb 28 '08 #3

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