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I was on Python last night and it was all fine, as it usually is, but then I got an error message that said "TypeError: 'bool' object is not iterable?" and I'm not sure if this is a common problem or not? Does anyone know how to fix this?
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You probably have your code set up where some value can either be:
array (or whatever)iterable object or
- False or None (for when there are no values)
That error is likely being thrown because there is nothing to iterate through and your variable is instead set to False or None.
Either have the variable be an empty array instead of FALSE (when empty) or add a conditional to verify that the data exists array is iterable before running the loop.
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