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jim_10__

  • one year ago

Hello, I am using Python 2.7.3 32 bit in a Windows 7 Home Premium OS, and for some reason I cannot the the logarithmic function to work. I have attempted to <import math> and this didn't work either. Can anyone tell me how to resolve this situation? Thanks.. Jim

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  1. Gianko15
    • one year ago
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    I doesn't matter the OS I think, try this line: from math import *

  2. jim_10__
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    OK I will do that and see what happens,

  3. jim_10__
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    it now gives me undefined 'from'

  4. jim_10__
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    I put it from math import*

  5. jim_10__
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    that didn't work either

  6. jim_10__
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    Now it say no module named modulemath.py

  7. Gianko15
    • one year ago
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    Don't post a lot is like ... spamming, try several options and make one good post. I have 2.7.3 Python on a 64-bit W7, so is not the OS as I said I try this line and it work perfectly: from math import * print log(3)

  8. jim_10__
    • one year ago
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    OK sorry about that Gianko, this is my first time to use this I didn't know how it works yet., but thanks for your help

  9. Gianko15
    • one year ago
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    Ok don't worry, I get dizzy reading post after post actually; attach your code, maybe is something else, or you miss a space like on your 3rd post, between 'import' and '*'.

  10. jim_10__
    • one year ago
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    OK the log function worked that time so believe it is OK now, that last time I put a space after the word import and before the * where as before I left out the space, So thank you very much Gianko 15, Jim

  11. Gianko15
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    (y) great then!! that little mistakes makes our lives misserable haha, cya.

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