Hi guys

I need a bit of your help. I've created the variables that I want to store a list of arrays outside the for loop. I have got a problem with the code that I currently using.

When I try this:

import xbmc
import xbmcgui
import xbmcaddon

class ProgramControls(object):
     def __init__(self, control, program):
         self.control = control
         self.program = program

class MyClass(xbmcgui.WindowXML):

     def __init__(self):
         self.program_buttons = list()
         self.button_focus = 'programs_yellow.png'
         self.button_nofocus = 'channels_bar1.png'

 program_controls = xbmcgui.ControlButton(
        focusTexture = path + self.button_focus, 
        noFocusTexture = path + self.button_nofocus,
        textColor ='0xFFFFFFFF',
        focusedColor ='0xFF000000'
    self.program_buttons.append(ProgramControls(program_controls, program))
programs_button = [elem.control for elem in self.program_buttons]
program_id = list()
program_width = list()

for elem in programs_button:
    program_id = elem.getId()
print program_id

It will give me the error: AttributeError: 'MyClass' object has no attribute 'programs_button'

The error are jumping on this line:

for elem in self.programs_button:

Can you please help me how I can fix this?

for elem in self.programs_button:

That statement is not in the code you posted.

There may be indention issues in your code. What is the self at lines 28 and 36 for example? Also avoid to have two different variables program_buttons and programs_button in the same file.

Edited 1 Year Ago by Gribouillis

@Gribouillis: In line 28 it is using for the add the list of buttons where I'm stored in the arrays and the addcontrols is the control that I can add the list of buttons. So I have solved the issued by changed from for elem in self.programs_button: to for elem in programs_button:.

Now it works :)

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