In Python, when I run this code:
from sys import argv script, user_name =argv prompt = '>' print "Hi %s, I'm the %s script." % (user_name, script)
I get this error:
Traceback (most recent call last): script, user_name =argv ValueError: need more than 1 value to unpack
What does that error mean?
Probably you didn't provide an argument on the command line. In that case,
sys.argv only contains one value, but it would have to have two in order to provide values for both
youre getting ''ValueError: need more than 1 value to unpack'', because you only gave one value, the script (which is ex14.py in this case)
the problem is, that you forgot to add a name after you ran the .py file.
line 3 of your code is
script, user_name = argv
the script is ex14.py, you forgot to add a name after
so if your name was michael,so what you enter into the terminal should look something like:
> python ex14.py michael
make this change and the code runs perfectly