My most common Python mistake

Posted by Martin Vilcans on 15 May 2007

For some reason I make this specific error all the time:

if len(sys.argv != 2):
    print "Usage: %s <input file>" % sys.argv[0]

Can you spot it? It gives the runtime error "object of type 'bool' has no len()". I guess I'm too used to languages that require parentheses around the expression in an if statement.

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