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closed Python: UnBoundLocalError

+1 vote
asked Oct 16 by Eidnoxon (1,410 points)
closed Oct 16 by Eidnoxon
Can somebody tell me what's wrong in my code?

closed with the note: Found the answer (Thanks xDELLx)

1 Answer

+2 votes
answered Oct 16 by xDELLx (10,360 points)

print ('Hello World')
x = 1
wood = 0
coal = 0
def found():
    global wood
    global coal

The variables wood & coal look ambigious to python.

Wood & coal in func "found" are by default treated as local varibles.

use global keyword to fix.

commented Oct 16 by Eidnoxon (1,410 points)
Thank you so much I've been working so hard and searched so much websites but never found the answer. You don't know how much this means to me. Now I can continue my project! Thanks!
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