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import os
import web
import traceback
import datetime
from functools import wraps

### Url mappings

urls = [
    '/', 'index',

]
def addfolderhandler(f,root):
        u = os.path.join(root,f)
        u=u.strip("/").strip("\\")
        ident=u.lstrip("C:/Users/James/Desktop/it").replace("/","SLASH").replace("\\","SLASH").replace(".","DOT").strip() #replace invalid python expressions with valid ones
        globals()[ident] = "<h1>Directory listing for:%s</h1><hr>"%u+''.join(["<a href="+i+">"+i.lstrip(root)+"</a><br/>" for i in os.listdir(u)])+"<i>Python Server</i>"
        if ident=="":
            return

        try:
            exec("""
class %(classname)s:
    def GET(self):
        global %(data)s
        return %(data)s
            """%{"classname":ident+"server","data":ident}, globals(), globals())  #create a class as if were created in the global scope by passing in globals() as locals
            urls.extend((u.lstrip("C:/Users/James/Desktop/it").replace("\\","/"),ident+"server")) #use u not ident because ident has stuff like SLASH and DOT
        except:
            print"WARNING:Cannot Make Folder Handler for:"+ident
def addfilehandler(f,root):
        u = os.path.join(root,f)
        u=u.strip("/").strip("\\")
        ident=u.lstrip("C:/Users/James/Desktop/it").replace("/","slash").replace("\\","SLASH").replace(".","DOT") #replace invalid python expressions with valid ones
        globals()[ident] = open(u,mode='rb').read()
        exec("""
class %(classname)s:
    def GET(self):
        global %(data)s
        return %(data)s
        """%{"classname":ident+"server","data":ident}, globals(), globals())  #create a class as if were created in the global scope by passing in globals() as locals
        urls.extend((u.lstrip("C:/Users/James/Desktop/it").replace("\\","/"),ident+"server")) #use u not ident because ident has stuff like SLASH and DOT
def init():
    global urls
    for root, dirs, files in os.walk("C:/Users/James/Desktop/it"):
        if "web" in dirs:
            dirs.remove("web")
        for f in dirs:
            addfolderhandler(f,root)
        for f in files:
            if "server.py" in f:
                continue
            elif "maintence.py" in f:
                continue
            elif "log.txt" in f:
                continue
            addfilehandler(f,root)
    urls = tuple(urls)
init()
class index:
    def GET(self):
        return "<!DOCTYPE html><html><link rel=\"icon\" href=\"favicon.ico\" type=\"image/x-icon\"/>hi</html>"
class favicon:
    def GET(self):
        return open('favicon.ico',mode='rb').read()
def notfound():
    return web.notfound("<!DOCTYPE html><html><link rel=\"icon\" href=\"favicon.ico\" type=\"image/x-icon\"/><b><h1>404 Not Found</h1></b><hr/>Python Server</html>")
app = web.application(urls, globals())
app.notfound = notfound
if __name__ == '__main__':
    app.run()

While executing, the nothingness variable encounters a error with exec.
When I printed the variable, I got a newline.
I got nothing for the variable type.

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