Input Issue with Python
My problem is. When I enable the user to input something. Like a password to proceed into the code. It breaks because you haven’t told password that it means “password”. Who in the hell made this IDE. Unless it’s a setting problem no other IDE works like this. I didn’t pay £10 for a stupid acting python ide. I would be very great full if you could sort this out.
Nice first post, welcome to the forum. Who in the hell are you? Maintain your attitude and calm down if you need help. I have no idea what's your problem, don't understand what you're trying to do. Maybe you can transform your anger into meaningful question with more details.
I don’t see how calming down would help things. Spenindg £10.00 on an IDE that doesn’t work. And you can’t even post photos on here so how do you even describe the problem. This is a help forum not Facebook.
And then it says
It's not a Pythonista issue, but something's wrong with your
Password.pyscript. What you see is an exception & traceback - Python feature. Attach your script. Forum supports Markdown and you can use three backticks to format your code for example. Also you can include images in your posts in this way:
In any programming language, when I have a problem, I first think I'm doing something bad, not the language nor the system, nor other people...
And by experience, I was the responsible of my problem in 99,9999% of cases 😢
Which Python version are you using to run your script, 2 or 3? This issue could because you're using Python 2 to run a script meant for Python 3. (In particular, the
inputfunction does different things in Python 2 and 3, which can cause some obscure problems.)
In general, if you're encountering a problem when running a specific piece of code, it's always a good idea to include the code in question (as long as it doesn't contain anything secret of course). If you get an error message, copy and paste it into the post as well. (If the error pops up in a red window like in your screenshot, tap on "Print Traceback" to print the error to the console in a copyable format.) For code and error messages, use code blocks (with triple backticks) as @zrzka described above. Without the code and the full error message, it's often difficult to find out what the problem is.
By the way, almost all of us on the forum here are users like you. The app is developed by a single person, everyone else on the forum is posting in their free time and isn't getting paid to provide support. Please keep that in mind when asking for help.