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How to fix: "expected indented block" error

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I keep getting the same "expected indented block" when ever I run my code.

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  1. from myro import*
  2.  
  3. init("simulator")
  4.  
  5. def main():
  6.  
  7. for x in range(10): #repeats code in loop 10 times
  8.  
  9. forward(1,1) # go forward for a small distance
  10.  
  11. backward(1,1) # go backwards the same distance as forward
  12.  
  13. turnLeft(50,30) # slight turn to vacuum a new area 
  14.  
  15. main()
Nov 1 '10 #1
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bvdet
Expert Mod 2.5K+
P: 2,851
You have no indentation in your code. Indentation is required to denote different blocks of code. The interpreter expects the indentation after certain statements and an IndentationError is raised if not present. Example:
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  1. >>> for i in range(10):
  2. ... print i
  3. Traceback (IndentationError: expected an indented block (<interactive input>, line 2)
  4. >>> 
Nov 1 '10 #2

Oralloy
Expert 100+
P: 983
You forgot to indent the statements wrapped in the "for" loop.

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  1. from myro import* 
  2. init("simulator") 
  3. def main(): 
  4. for x in range(10): #repeats code in loop 10 times 
  5.   forward(1,1) # go forward for a small distance 
  6.   backward(1,1) # go backwards the same distance as forward 
  7.   turnLeft(50,30) # slight turn to vacuum a new area  
  8. main() 
Nov 1 '10 #3

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