Tutorial :Simple problem with dicT in Python



Question:

I have this dicT in my code that contain some positions.

position = ['712,352',               '712,390',               '622,522']   

when I'm trying to run this part

def MouseMove(x,y):      ctypes.windll.user32.SetCursorPos(x,y)  

with MouseMove(position[0]), the compiler says to me that I need 2 arguments on this command... how can I solve this?


Solution:1

It's not a dictionary but a list. Perhaps you mean to do something like this:

position = [(712,352),               (712,390),               (622,522)]    MouseMove(*position[0])  

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