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python - AttributeError: 'module' object has no attribute
Edit After reading the stacktrace again, you can see that urllib3 tries to import something from the http module. Your file is called http.py and is thus imported instead of the expected one. The actual error happens because of the circular nature of the import. Since requests hasn't finished importing completely yet. The get function in requests isn't defined yet when the http import reaches import requests again. Note: You will also want to always guard your entry point with the if __name__ == '__main__' construct. This will often avoid nasty errors for unsuspecting future developers (including yourself).

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Python 2: AttributeError: 'file' object has no attribute 'strip'
First, you want to open the file in read mode (you have it in append mode) Then you want to read() the file: output = open('new_data.txt', 'r') # See the r output_list = output.read().strip().split('.') This will get the whole content of the file. Currently you are working with the file object (hence the error).

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Python: AttributeError: 'NoneType' object has no attribute 'start'
Well, you're matching a different regex: html_post_start = re.search('<div class="articleline2"></div>', html) vs html_post_start = re.search('<div class="excerpt"></div>', html) One matches, the other doesn't (returning None).

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Python 2: AttributeError: 'list' object has no attribute 'strip'
strip() is a method for strings, you are calling it on a list, hence the error. >>> 'strip' in dir(str) True >>> 'strip' in dir(list) False To do what you want, just do >>> l = ['Facebook;Google+;MySpace', 'Apple;Android'] >>> l1 = [elem.strip().split(';') for elem in l] >>> print l1 [['Facebook', 'Google+', 'MySpace'], ['Apple', 'Android']] Since, you want the elements to be in a single list (and not a list of lists), you have two options. Create an empty list and append elements to it. Flatten the list. To do the first, follow the code: >>> l1 = [] >>> for elem in l: l1.extend(elem.strip().split(';')) >>> l1 ['Facebook', 'Google+', 'MySpace', 'Apple', 'Android'] To do the second, use itertools.

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Python - AttributeError: 'NoneType' object has no attribute 'findAll'
There is no table with id datatable_main in the page that the script read. Try printing the returned page to the terminal - perhaps your script is failing to contact the web server? Sometimes hosting services prevent outgoing HTTP connections.

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AttributeError: 'NoneType' object has no attribute 'get' - Python - OpenErp
Try this: def desc_cert(self, cr, uid, ids, field_name, field_args, context=None): obj = self.pool.get('purchase.order') pids = obj.search(cr, uid, [('sel_cert', '=', 'si')]) if pids == 'si': val = self._get_product_available_func(('done')) return val Or this: def desc_cert(self, cr, uid, ids, field_name, field_args, context=None): if self.pool: obj = self.pool.get('purchase.order') pids = obj.search(cr, uid, [('sel_cert', '=', 'si')]) val = self._get_product_available_func(('done')) if pids == 'si': return val

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Python: AttributeError: '_io.TextIOWrapper' object has no attribute 'split'
Try this: >>> f = open('goodlines.txt') >>> mylist = f.readlines() open() function returns a file object. And for file object, there is no method like splitlines() or split(). You could use dir(f) to see all the methods of file object.

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python: several functions in one file, AttributeError 'module' object has no attribute
Maybe this is not the thing that causes your error, but I see that you missed an indent in the most inner for loop in file2file(inf,outf) It should be: def file2file(inf,outf): with open(inf, "r") as fin: with open(outf, "w") as fout: for line in fin: s = line.split(" ") fout.write("t{0} {1} {2} ",s[0],s[1],s[2])

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python dictionary error AttributeError: 'list' object has no attribute 'item'
result = sorted(result.iteritems(), key=operator.itemgetter(1)) result is not a dictionary anymore. If I am not mistaken, your problem can be solved this way (assuming lines comes from somewhere): result = sorted({(calculate_score(line), line) for line in lines}) print(result[:20]) Take a look at OrderedDict for making an ordered dictionary.

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Python - Pandas: AttributeError: 'numpy.ndarray' object has no attribute 'start'
It looks like it's important to include the 0: In [11]: df1['2010-7':'2010-10'] Out[11]: Empty DataFrame Columns: [value] Index: [] In [12]: df1['2010-07':'2010-10'] Out[12]: value date 2010-08-31 12:36:53 30.37 2010-08-31 12:45:08 28.03 2010-08-31 12:55:09 25.16 2010-08-31 13:00:09 23.28 ... Could be worth filing an issue...

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Python / Flask form error - AttributeError: 'unicode' object has no attribute '__call__'
It's giving you that error because nickname is not a function but a string. I can only guess that the tutorial has a few errors. Try this instead: {{ form.nickname|truncate(60) }}

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Getting a Python error (AttributeError: 'dict' object has no attribute 'read') trying to update code for Twitter Oauth2
Your fetchsamples() method already returned a decoded value: def fetchsamples(): url = "https://api.twitter.com/1.1/search/tweets.json?q=microsoft" parameters = [] response = twitterreq(url, "GET", parameters) return json.load(response) But you then try to decode the result again: pyresponse = json.load(fetchsamples()) json.load() then complains that fetchsamples() returned a python dictionary. Just remove the json.load() call from that line: pyresponse = fetchsamples() print pyresponse.keys()

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AttributeError: 'NoneType' object has no attribute 'app'
From the code, I can see that you want to allow user to download pdf. from xhtml2pdf import pisa from StringIO import StringIO from flask import render_template,Flask, Response app=Flask(__name__) app.debug=True @app.route("/") def create_pdf(pdf_data): filename= "file.pdf" pdf=pisa.CreatePDF( StringIO(pdf_data),file(filename, "wb")) return Response(pdf, mimetype='application/octet-stream', headers={"Content-Disposition": "attachment;filename=%s" % filename}) if __name__ == "__main__": app.run() Now, run python aboveprogram.py Go to http://localhost:5000 Browser prompts to download PDF. Hope it helps..

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AttributeError: 'str' object has no attribute 'write'
You want f.write, not outfile.write... outfile is the name of the file as a string. f is the file object. As noted in the comments, file.write expects a string, not a sequence. If you wanted to write data from a sequence, you could use file.writelines. e.g. f.writelines(self._headers). But beware, this doesn't append a newline to each line. You need to do that yourself. :)

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AttributeError: 'str' object has no attribute '__module__'
@lfu_cacheItem def p4checkFileStats(filePath): You are missing parenthesis here: @lfu_cacheItem() def p4checkFileStats(filePath): All decorators which expect "options", i.e. that you can use as: @decorator(a=Something, b=Other, ...) def the_function(...): Must always be called when decorating, even if you do not provide arguments: @decorator() def the_function(...): Why you wonder? Well, first of all remember that decorators are normal functions that accept a function as argument: In [1]: def hooray(func): ...: print("I'm decorating function: {.__name__}".format(func)) ...: return func In [2]: @hooray ...: def my_function(): pass I'm decorating function: my_function As you can see hooray was called. In fact this is what really happe

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AttributeError: 'str' object has no attribute 'sort'
input() returns a string. If you would like for items to be a list, you can do item.split(): Let's assume items is John Mary Bill You can then do: items = items.split() Then do items.sort(), as items will be a list object, not a string.

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AttributeError: 'int' object has no attribute 'getattr'
def generate(self, control_queue, threadName, runNum): name = self.names[threadName] target = i.getattr(name) #THis is throwing the error i here is not defined in the local scope. That means it's defined globally. Which means that the variable you are referring to is the one defined here: for i in range(threadNum): If that is intentional, it's bad practice. Try to avoid using global variables. Also, that's an integer. You are trying to do: i.getattr(name) on the integer. What is that supposed to do? There is a function called getattr to get dynamically defined attributes, but integers don't have any dynamic attributes anyway, so it's unclear what you are trying to do.

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AttributeError: 'module' object has no attribute 'a'
a is just storing a variable with a string value. hashlib.a() is just trying to call a method called a in the hashlib module (which doesnt exist). Try instead using h = haslib.new(a) h.update(v) h.hexdigest()

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AttributeError: 'tuple' object has no attribute
You're returning a tuple. Index it. obj=list_benefits() print obj[0] + " is a benefit of functions!" print obj[1] + " is a benefit of functions!" print obj[2] + " is a benefit of functions!"

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AttributeError: 'module' object has no attribute 'kill'
I think you have your own os.py. Put print os.__file__ before os.kill(...) line, and you will see what's going on. UPDATE os.kill is only available in unix in jython Instead of os.kill(...), use p.kill(). UPDATE p.kill() not work. (At least in Windows + Jython 2.5.2, 2.5.3). p.pid is None. http://bugs.jython.org/issue1898

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AttributeError: 'user_list' object has no attribute '_ignore_model_permissions'
That's a bit of a bug there, AttributeError shouldn't be raised there - I've just fixed that in master now. Instead what you'll see when you run against master now is this assertion error: Cannot apply DjangoModelPermissions on a view that does not have `.model` or `.queryset` property. The issue here is that the DjangoModelPermissions class can only work if it has a way of determining which model permissions are required for the view. If you want to use that permission class, you'll need to re-write your views as class based views, and ensure they have the model attribute set appropriately. Note that just because you re-write them as class-based views that doesn't mean you need to use the generic class based views, you can still keep the explicit view logic you currently have. Some

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AttributeError: 'bool' object has no attribute 'keys'
def get_ingredients(self, fridge): self.from_fridge= fridge.get_ingredients(self) In this function, your fridge.get_ingredients() might be returning False. So self.from_fridge has Boolean value which does not have keys() method. You may want to add appropriate check in mix() method.

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AttributeError: '_socketobject' object has no attribute 'bind'
import sae you mean Sina App Engine? if True: bind is not allowed by SAE. API

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AttributeError: 'property' object has no attribute 'admin_order_field'
You can't assign attributes to a property, just like the error message is telling you. You have two options - remove the @property decorator, or provide a wrapper that only the admin uses. @property def restaurant_name(self): return str(self.restaurant) def restaurant_name_admin(self): return self.restaurant_name restaurant_name_admin.admin_order_field = 'restaurant__name'

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AttributeError: 'module' object has no attribute 'config'
I'm also a newbie. I had the same problem. I deleted the crud in my directory (build and dist folders etc), then rebuilt it all. Bingo! I suspect that, as Alain suggested, PyCharm has cached something undesirable.

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AttributeError: 'RegexURLResolver' object has no attribute '_urlconf_module'
Otherwise on the Internet I found this: The issue is caused by an import ordering problem, in your example code you call urlresolvers.reverse which will load example/urls.py, which will trigger an admin.autodiscover() call, which will load social/apps/django_app/default/admin.py, which will try to load your custom user model which will fail to load your user model. I hit the problem when I called a function directly from views.py, and this function resulted in use of resolve, which probably lead to an import problem since calling a function directly from views.py is bad style. However, the comment above helped med debug the issue.

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Numpy AttributeError: 'float' object has no attribute 'exp'
Probably there's something wrong with the input values for X and/or T. The function from the question works ok: import numpy as np from math import e def sigmoid(X, T): return 1.0 / (1.0 + np.exp(-1.0 * np.dot(X, T))) X = np.array([[1, 2, 3], [5, 0, 0]]) T = np.array([[1, 2], [1, 1], [4, 4]]) print X.dot(T) print # Just to see if values are ok print [1. / (1. + e ** el) for el in [-5, -10, -15, -16]] print print sigmoid(X, T) Result: [[15 16] [ 5 10]] [0.9933071490757153, 0.9999546021312976, 0.999999694097773, 0.9999998874648379] [[ 0.99999969 0.99999989] [ 0.99330715 0.9999546 ]] Probably it's the dtype of your input arrays. Changing X to: X = np.array([[1, 2, 3], [5, 0, 0]], dtype=object) Gives: Traceback (most recent call last): File "/[...]/stackoverflow_sigmoid.

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AttributeError: 'NoneType' object has no attribute 'userprofile'
At first thought, one of two things could be happening here. Upon deeper inspection, there's only one. Let's assume, since you didn't state explicitly, that the problematic line is: if self.Config.userprofile.userprofile.get("AutoIdentify",False): Then when you get the error AttributeError: 'NoneType' object has no attribute 'userprofile' means that you are trying to access an attribute which does not exist (which is the meaning behind has no attribute 'userprofile'), and that the object you're checking an attribute for doesn't exist, since the type of an object that doesn't exist is NoneType (which is the meaning behind 'NoneType' object). So to debug, you want to look for possibilities where the object accessing userprofile could be None (i.e. not assigned or null). This

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AttributeError: 'FigureCanvasWxAgg' object has no attribute '_idletimer'
_idletimer is likely to be a private, possibly implementation specific member of one of the classes - since you do not include the code or context I can not tell you which. In general anything that starts with an _ is private and if it is not your own, and specific to the local class, should not be used by your code as it may change or even disappear when you rely on it.

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AttributeError: 'HTTPResponse' object has no attribute 'type'
The problem is that you're trying to call urlopen on the result of urlopen. Just call it once, like this: nhl_site = urlopen('http://sports.yahoo.com/nhl/rss') tree = ET.parse(nhl_site) The error message probably could be nicer. If you look at the docs for urlopen: Open the URL url, which can be either a string or a Request object. Clearly the http.client.HTTPResponse object that it returns is neither a string nor a Request object. What's happened here is that urlopen sees that it's not a string, and therefore assumes it's a Request, and starts trying to access methods and attributes that Request objects have. This kind of design is generally a good thing, because it lets you pass things that act just like a Request and they'll just work… but it does mean that if you pass somet

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AttributeError: 'NoneType' object has no attribute 'endswith'
The path in the elif is a None and None == '' returns False so the remain will be executed. And backwards, the params.dir is a None. You need to check your code where the params.dir generated to see how the None come.

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AttributeError: 'TarFile' object has no attribute 'endswith'
The extractall method takes a path to extract to. I'm not sure why you're passing it the tar file object; you should be able to just leave the path argument out and have it default to the current directory.

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AttributeError: 'tuple' object has no attribute 'startswith'
You do it wrong. You shouldn't turn your code in quotes. Watch here how it should be It should be like: STATICFILES_DIRS = ( os.path.join(os.path.dirname(__file__), "static") ) Also it belongs to your MEDIA_ROOT and STATIC_ROOT settings.

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AttributeError: 'module' object has no attribute 'urlretrieve'
As you're using Python 3, there is no urllib module anymore. It has been split into several modules. This would be equivalent to urlretrieve: import urllib.request data = urllib.request.urlretrieve("http://...") urlretrieve behaves exactly the same way as it did in Python 2.x, so it'll work just fine. Basically: urlretrieve saves the file to a temporary file and returns a tuple (filename, headers) urlopen returns a Request object whose read method returns a bytestring containing the file contents

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AttributeError: 'EventualResult' object has no attribute 'status_code'
You probably didn't call wait on the result of send_fence_to_device anywhere. Also, send_fence_to_device still calls reactor.stop which will probably break things. Maybe it would be useful to try a simpler example first - such as the example given on https://pypi.python.org/pypi/crochet. Once you understand what each part of that is doing, you might have an easier time debugging your more complicated application. Also, your question doesn't include an http://sscce.org/ so all of this is guesswork (informed by some experience with Twisted, at least, but none with Crochet). In the future, consider posting an http://sscce.org/ with your question so that less guesswork is required to given an answer. You might find more people willing to offer answers if you do this, and the answers migh

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AttributeError: 'module' object has no attribute 'solution'
The variable solution just lives in the scope of the function slave and can be just accessed inside this function. Use the return statement to return the solution of the slave function, i.e # a.py import b def master(worktype): solution = b.slave(worktype) print solution master(2) # b.py def slave(worktype): if worktype == 1: return 100 if worktype == 2: return 200 Now running python a.py prints 200 on the screen.

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exceptions.AttributeError: Python instance has no attribute 'name'
Well the error is quite logical if command == "iam": self.name = content msg = self.name + "has joined" elif command == "msg": msg = self.name + ": " + content print msg In the first if clause you assign a value to self.name which may either rely on assumption that self.name exists somewhere, or on assumption that it is new and needs to be declared, but in elif you seem to assume with certainty that self.name already exists, it turns out it doesn't so you get an error. I guess your safest option consists of simply adding self.name at the beginning of dataReceived method: def dataReceived(self, data): self.name = "" this will get rid of the error. As an alternative you could also add self.name to init method of IphoneChat.If you need self.name in other functions

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AttributeError: type object 'challee' has no attribute 'display'
You indented the display and say methods too far; they are nested functions inside of the challee class. Note that you are never making instances; you are instead creating multiple references to the class. Call* the class to produce an instance: first = challee() second = challee() and then you don't have to pass in an explicit argument for self either: first.cname('becky')

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flask AttributeError: 'HTMLString' object has no attribute '__call__'
I had similar problem recently, I believe that the problem lies in this pattern within login.html {{ render_field_with_errors(login_form.password(placeholder="Password", class="span10")) }} you are passing placeholder and class to a login form which at this point is just a piece of html produced by wtf. If I try this in my version of flask I get exactly same error even tough the rest of the code is different. If I pass placeholder and class within the helper the error is gone: {{ field(class="span10",placeholder="Password",**kwargs)|safe }} If you can't pass generic placeholders and classes in a helper you can always specify them within the template <div class=span10> {{render_field_with_errors(loginForm.password) }} </div> UPDATE: Actually I checked this out again an

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IronPython - "AttributeError: object has no attribute" with custom classes
The only think I can see that might be an issue, or just a copy-paste error, is that the MyScriptingFunctions in not public. That shouldn't be an issue because you're passing an instance in, not trying to import the class, but it's worth a try. Otherwise everything looks fine.

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