Hello everyone, I have created a text generator that acts on certain factors. I want to send every generated sentence via e-mail to a user but I noticed that everytime I send it, I encounter some problems. Below I show my code and under my code, I will describe the error along with examples.
Here is my code:
import nltk from nltk.corpus import gutenberg from random import choice import time triggerSentence = raw_input("Please enter the trigger sentence: ")#get input str lastLongestStr = "" listOfSents = gutenberg.sents('austen-emma.txt') #all sentences of gutenberg are assigned -list of list format- listOfWords = gutenberg.words('austen-emma.txt')# all words in gutenberg books -list format- import smtplib, os from email.MIMEMultipart import MIMEMultipart from email.MIMEBase import MIMEBase from email.MIMEText import MIMEText from email import encoders themail = MIMEMultipart() recipient = "firstname.lastname@example.org" gmail_user = "asdassdsaadssd" gmail_pwd = "asdasdasasdasasd" subject = "assadasdasasdass" def create_mail(): themail['Subject']=subject themail['From']=gmail_user themail['To']=recipient themail.attach(MIMEText(message)) def send_mail(): smtpserver = smtplib.SMTP("smtp.gmail.com",587) smtpserver.ehlo() smtpserver.starttls() smtpserver.ehlo smtpserver.login(gmail_user, gmail_pwd) print "Connection established." smtpserver.sendmail(gmail_user, recipient, themail.as_string()) print "Your mail has been sent." smtpserver.close() while triggerSentence: longestLength = 0 longestString = "" longestLen2 = 0 longestStr2 = "" #run the loop so long as there is a trigger sentence sets =  split_str = triggerSentence.split()#split the sentence into words #code to find the longest word in the trigger sentence input for piece in split_str: if len(piece) > longestLength: longestString = piece longestLength = len(piece) if longestString == lastLongestStr: longestString = sorted(split_str, key=len)[-2] print longestString + " second longest!" if longestString == lastLongestStr: longestString = sorted(split_str, key=len)[-3] print longestString + " third longest!" print longestString + " is now the longest" print "\n" #code to get the sentences containing the longest word, then selecting #random one of these sentences that are longer than 40 characters for sentence1 in listOfSents: if sentence1.count(longestString): sents1= " ".join(sentence1) if len(sents1) > 40: sets.append(sents1) sents1 = "" triggerSentence = choice(sets) print triggerSentence message = triggerSentence create_mail() send_mail() message = "" print "\n" lastLongestStr = longestString time.sleep(5)
Now here is the problem. Every time I send the mail , the subject of mail duplicates. It is like the following:
MySubject ->subject of 1st mail
MySubject MySubject -> subject of 2nd mail
Also I have this problem where the mail I send contains the contents of previous mail. Example:
2nd MAIL LAYOUT
1st mail contents (written in different font as if it is a reply or quotation from previous mail or something)
2nd mail contents
END OF MAIL
How do I solve this ? Thanks in advance.