Error int object is not subscriptable - Python

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I was trying a program in which you input someone's name and age and then it lets you know when they turn 21.  But I keep getting this error:  'int' object is not subscriptable.

My code.

name1 = raw_input("What's your name? ")
age1 = raw_input ("how old are you? ")
x = 0
int([x[age1]])
twentyone = 21 - x
print "Hi, " + name1+ " you will be 21 in: " + twentyone + " years."

Any help would be greatly appriciated.

Apr 29, 2022 in Python by Kichu
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1 answer to this question.

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The issue is in the line:

int([x[age1]])


The solution you want is:

x = int(age1)


Convert the int to a string for the output.

print "Hi, " + name1+ " you will be 21 in: " + str(twentyone) + " years."


This is the complete script:

name1 = raw_input("What's your name? ")
age1 = raw_input ("how old are you? ")
x = 0
x = int(age1)
twentyone = 21 - x
print "Hi, " + name1+ " you will be 21 in: " + str(twentyone) + " years."

I hope this helps.

answered Apr 30, 2022 by narikkadan
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