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Pydroid3 problem

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11th Dec 2023, 2:05 PM
Mounir Redmi
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While the message is incomplete, it looks like the error is related to SQLite. Check if connection is established and cursor is created properly.
12th Dec 2023, 2:09 PM
Wong Hei Ming
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Your question is incomplete. What you posted looks like a badly formatted stack trace. You should link your original code, and explain what you expected it to do.
12th Dec 2023, 2:35 AM
Tibor Santa
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ENTER YOU COMB0 NAME :BESON. txt Traceback (most recent call last): File "/data /user /0/ ru. iiec . pydroid3/ files /accomp_files /iiec_run/i iec_run.py", line 31, in <module> start (fakepyfile, mainpyfile) File "/data /user /0/ ru. iiec . pydroid3/files /accomp_files /iiec_run/i iec_run.py", line 30, in start exec(open (mainpyfile) . read(), main._dict) File "<string>", line 26, in <module> File "/data /user /0/ru. iiec . pydroid3/ files /aarch64-linux- android/1 ib/python3.11/site-packages /telethon/client /telegrambaseclient . py", line 289, in init_ session = SQLiteSession (session) AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA File "/data /user /0/ru. iiec. pydroid3 /files/aarch64-linux - android/l ib/python3. 11 /site-packages /telethon/sessions /sqlite . py" , line 47, in init c= self._cursor() AAAAAAAA File "/data /user /0/ru. iiec. pydroid3 /files/aarch64-linux- android/l ib/python3.11 /site-packages /telethon/sessions /sqlite.py", line 242, in_cursor self._conn = sqlite3 . connect (self. filename, MAAAAMAAAAMAA sqlite3.O
11th Dec 2023, 2:06 PM
Mounir Redmi
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