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Category:Computer-related introductions in 2015 Category:3D graphics software Category:Windows graphics-related software Category:2010 software Category:Products and services discontinued in 2019 Category:Stereoscopic graphics softwareQ: Finding variable name from variable in python I am using Python 3.3, and I have been having trouble making variable changes. For example: user = raw_input() name = 'name' if user == name: print('Your name is:'+ user) else: print('Sorry, I do not know that name') The above code will work, but if I change it to: user = raw_input() name = 'name' if user == user: print('Your name is:'+ user) else: print('Sorry, I do not know that name') It gives an error: if user == user: SyntaxError: can't assign to literal In this case, I am simply trying to check if 'user' equals itself (to check if a command typed by the user is equal to the user's name). I have also tried using **, with no luck. I don't really care about solving the problem, just how to get around the error. Also, I am aware that it might not be possible to do this, but I would like to know anyway. A: It isn't allowed to assign to a variable name. As explained in the docs, a variable's value must be an object, not a variable name. You can either set name to the value of the variable: user = raw_input() name = 'name' if user == name: print('Your name is:'+ user) else: print('Sorry, I do not know that name') or use string concatenation: user = raw_input() name = 'name' print('Your name is:'+ user) The first version is preferred, but you should be aware that name is a builtin function and it's not guaranteed to be available in all versions of Python. This invention relates to a process for preparing 3,3'-bis[4-aminobenzylamino)-6-tert-butyl-






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