Typeerror: cannot unpack non-iterable int object error occurs if we try to assign one integer value to multiple variable. Actually any iterable object we can map with equal number of variable of its length. To solve this typeerror we can use multiple technique on the basis of logic flow and requirement. In this article, we will explore all of them using code and example.
Typeerror: cannot unpack non-iterable int object ( Solution ) –
Firstly lets replicate this error with minimal complexity example.
In the above example, we have used two variable to hold a single variable that is why this error is coming. Now after its replication , we can fix this error by below methods.
Solution 1 : Converting the integer to iterable object with constant value –
Since we need equal number of place-holder for assigning equal number constant values. we can create a iterable object of similar length with constant repetitive element. Refer the below code.
first,second=[55,55] print(first) print(second)
Solution 2 : Using try-except block –
This is preventive method where we put the venerable part of code into try block and except block will go with default flow. Here is the implementation for this.
To know more about Typeerror read the below article. It contains full information about Typeerror python exception.
Typeerror is very common python exception which is mainly occurs in case of incompatibility of objects. The generic solution is make both party object compatible. Now lets discuss something about unpacking, actually unpacking of the object is nothing but extracting values from object to individual placeholder. This is important to flow the individual element in the code. Hope this error resolution is now clear to us.
Data Science Learner Team
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