I have a piece of code where I’m trying to loop through a table in selenium and store the text in a list to check if it matches the user input:
def choose_class(self): crsNums = driver.find_elements(By.XPATH, "//*[@id='table1']/tbody/tr/td") crsList =  for i in crsNums: classes = i.text crsList.append(classes) print(crsList) for j in crsList: if int(crsList[j]) == crn: chsnclass = crsList[j] webdriver.ActionChains(driver).double_click(chsnclass).key_down(Keys.META).send_keys('c').perform()
I get an an error saying that the index must be an int, when the I get the user input do a conversion to make sure it’s an int:
crn = int(input("Enter the CRN (course registration #): ")) but it still doesn’t work?
Because j, which is classes ,which is i.text is not integer probably. if you are sure it is a string that contains numbers, then
crsList[int(j)] could solve the problem