Problems in making an array in python

Dear all,

I made some modification for gnuradio-examples/python/ofdm

I got some problem when correctly the code after the meeting.
I try to construct an array for arity for some future proposes.
If there is 6 channels, and we want to put 16 qam to each, my idea is
arity[0]=arity[1]=…=arity[15]=mods[qam16]=16.

However, No matter I use

arity = [16]*6,

arity =[mods[self._modulation]]*6, or arity =mods[self._modulation]*6

arity =mods[self._modulation]*a where a = self._occupied_tones or
arity =mods[[self._modulation]]*a where a = self._occupied_tones,

arity = mods[self._modulation]* self._occupied_tones or arity =
[mods[self._modulation]]* self._occupied_tones

where self._occupoed_tones = 6, and self._modulation=‘qam16’

all the error are the same at *6, *a, or * self_occupied_tones parts.

The error message is IndentationErrorL
unindent doesn’t match any outer outer indentation level.

Does any one have any ideas?

Thanks

Chin-Ya

Read the error, it’s quite descriptive.

Python interprets blocks by their indentation, instead of C or C++ which
interpret blocks with braces {}.

Your indentation doesn’t match.

George N. wrote:

Read the error, it’s quite descriptive.

Python interprets blocks by their indentation, instead of C or C++ which
interpret blocks with braces {}.

Your indentation doesn’t match.

Another thing to keep in mind is things may look indented properly, but
the previous line in the block of code could be indented using tabs
whereas you’re intending using spaces, or visa-versa.

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