On 7/29/2012 5:30 AM subhabangal...@gmail.com said...
> On Sunday, July 29, 2012 2:57:18 PM UTC+5:30, (unknown) wrote:Now you need to identify the type of the object that is causing python
>> Dear Group,
>> I was trying to convert the list to a set, with the following code:
> Thanks for the answer. But my list does not contain another list that is the issue. Intriguing. Thinking what to do.
to misreport the unhashable type causing the error as the error you're
getting says list and you say there isn't one. So, now we have a python
>>> set ([1,2,3])
> the code was running fine, but all on a sudden started to give the
Try adding the following:
for ii in list1:
Either it's a python bug or there really is a list in there.
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