Hey, I was watching the same video today and experienced the same error. I’ll let you know if I manage to fix it.
Try using one of the other methods of list concatenation. The following worked for me -
encouragements.appen(encouraging_message) is now giving an error. can you kindly help?
This Really Helped. Thanks
Where exactly do we add that in? When I tried that, it still seemed to hate the line
options = options + db[“encouragements”]
Guys, the following line helped me
base = base + list(db['YOUR KEY FROM DB'])
invalid literal for int() with base 10: ' hi'
I keep getting this error after running $del hi in discord
Hi, there. I have also been watching the tutorial video on how to create a bot. I have received a similar error. I have copied the code exactly from the video but somehow it always shows this as an error:
At first I thought it was because I had misspelled ‘encouragement’ a couple of times but after fixing that, the problem was still there.
Could anyone help me fix it?
thanks it worked…but soon later it gave this error UnboundLocalError: local variable ‘encouragements’ referenced before assignment and later the $del function didnt work.
Guys if you are getting the same error use this below code.
options = options + list(db[‘encouragements’])
it worked for me.
What it is printing–>
this helped me, thank you!
thankyou sir u helped me alot by this comment
@pranabsaha1130 Its Not Appen Its Append, I made this Mistake Too.
I found The Solution You can Use
options = options.extend(db[“encouragements”])
it does not work if you try $del
same. Need help with this
this worked! also can we note how cool the comment box pop-up is? Also, this freecodecamp site should be in the internet history books. Are we about to have a dot-com bubble burst again? Internet looks middle-school-ey
same. Can some1 please help me with this…
this solved my issue