weird thing happens when I try to run this line of code:
with open("snake score.txt", mode="r") as f: self.high_score = int(f.read())
it gives me:
File "C:\Users\Lidor\PycharmProjects\100DaysOfCode\snake.py", line 77, in __init__ self.high_score = int(f.read()) ValueError: invalid literal for int() with base 10: ''
the text inside the text is the number 0. Can someone tell me how to fix this bug?
Make sure you have no extra spaces in your string.
self.high_score = int(f.read().strip())
Python can’t read the file name and do stuff with the file if it has an empty whitespace/space character " " in it. Using the
strip() method, you remove the whitespaces from within the code and proceed.