Okay, i've just started python a few days ago, and i think i'm doing well considering how quickly I"ve been working, but I've reached a dead end!!
I keep encountering an error when using the statement "from sys import argv"
In the first code were I had this problem, I managed to modify it a bit so that it works, but not to what i would have hoped, here is the first code

from sys import argv

script, user_name = argv
prompt = '> '

print "Hi %s, I'm the %s script." % (user_name, script)
print "I'd like to ask you a few questions."
print "Do you like me %s?" % user_name
likes = raw_input(prompt)

print "Where do you live %s?" % user_name
lives = raw_input(prompt)

print "What kind of computer do you have?"
computer = raw_input(prompt)

Alright, so you said %r about liking me.
You live near me in %r.
And you have a %r computer. Nice
""" % (likes, lives, computer)

and here is the second

from sys import argv

script, filename, = argv

txt = open(filename)

print "Here's your file %r:" % filename 
print txt.read()

print "I'll also ask you to type it again:"
file_again = raw_input("> ")

text_again = open(file_again)

print txt_again.read()

the error i keep getting is "line 3, in <module>

    script, user_name = argv
ValueError: need more than 1 value to unpack
" for the first on and "line 3, in <module>
    script, filename, = argv
ValueError: need more than 1 value to unpack"

for the second one,
Thanks in advanced for the help,
And if it changes anything i am using mac 10.6.4 and have the latest version of python 2

mmmmm lets see

why cant you simply use

name,age=raw_input(" Name and age please:..  ").split()

Save your self from trouble will you? ;)

You are maybe not giving any parameters for your script. In order for it to work you need the script to have exactly one parameter, the name (without spaces in it).

Put as line 3 print argv to confirm your assumptions on contents of it.