What does it mean when they say ‘module object cannot be interpreted as an integer’ ?
What does it mean when they say 'module object cannot be interpreted as an integer'?
Please include the programming language you are using and preferrably the link to your Repl.
It means you’re attempting to use a module (such as
random) as an int. For example, code that would have this error is:
import random x = random + 1 # attempting to use "random" as an int and adding 1 to it
Also, welcome to the community! @sonicx180
You know so much. I would have had to see the code to figure that out. You found the language and everything.
No; I know very little I just tend to check the profile and make a conjecture as to the language. In fact, as evidenced by your TL, you are a better member of community