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Re: Don't understand syntax error: unqualified exec is not allowed ..

Stef Mientki wrote:

I've syntax error which I totally don't understand:

########## mainfile :
import test_upframe2

if __name__ == '__main__':
var1 = 33
code = 'print var1 + 3 \n'
test_upframe2.Do_Something_In_Parent_NameSpace ( code )

########### file = test_upframe2 :
class Do_Something_In_Parent_NameSpace ( object ) :
def __init__ ( self, code ) :
def do_more ( ) :
nonvar = [3,4]
while len ( nonvar ) 0 : # <<<===
nonvar.pop() # <<<===
Indendation is screwed. Is the above all do_more body?
import sys
p_locals = sys._getframe(1).f_locals
Which locals does this get you? __init__'s? (locals()?)
p_globals = sys._getframe(1).f_globals
Isn't this just the same as globals()?
try :
exec ( code, p_globals, p_locals )
This is 3.0 exec function syntax. Postings should specify which
interpreter you are running, especially when mucking with
except :
print 'ERROR'
gives me:
SyntaxError: unqualified exec is not allowed in function '__init__' it
contains a nested function with free variables (gui_support.py, line
"unqualified exec" : I thought that meant there is some ambiguity in the
namespace, but I explictly definied the namespace

The function "do_more" is never called, so what does it matter what's
in there ?

If I remove the while-loop (which of course I can't) the syntax error

I can place the function either as a class method or as a normal
function outside the class,
which both works well.
But I want the method / function not to be hidden.
Since you are hiding it, I presume you mean to be, not not to be.
Why does the above syntax error appear ?
Are there other ways to hide the function ?
Either use module level __all__ or name the function _do_more and anyone
will know it is private to the module.

Oct 20 '08 #1
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