I am brand new to python. I got a error
while not cls.isFilled(row,col,myMap): TypeError: 'bool' object is not callable
Would you please instruct how to solve this issue? The first “if” check is fine, but “while not” has this error.
def main(cls, args): ... if cls.isFilled(row,col,myMap): numCycles = 0 while not cls.isFilled(row,col,myMap): numCycles += 1 def isFilled(cls,row,col,myMap): cls.isFilled = True ## for-while i = 0 while i < row: ## for-while j = 0 while j < col: if not myMap[i][j].getIsActive(): cls.isFilled = False j += 1 i += 1 return cls.isFilled
cls.isFilled = True. That overwrites the method called
isFilled and replaces it with the value True. That method is now gone and you can’t call it anymore. So when you try to call it again you get an error, since it’s not there anymore.
The solution is use a different name for the variable than you do for the method.