4 responses

  1. LinuxSytesNet
    August 21, 2013

    The script has indents in every single line at the beginning, also ‘os’ is imported but I can’t see where you specified it to be used. Also indents below “def” must contain 4 spaces, not 8 or 10 (except in the case of more if,else or elif

    • Ambition
      August 21, 2013

      I run the script and it works fine for me. I don’t understand what it the problem with the os module, i imported it because i will add more features to the script. Who told you that it must contain 4 spaces , not 8 or 10? As long as code is indented properly it does not matter. This article is about python, not about nmap. Doing nmap -sV -O -PN does not teach you anything :) It is very high level.

      Thanks

  2. LinuxSytesNet
    August 21, 2013

    The os module is imported but it is not used. Instead explaining why you should indent your code with 4 spaces (additional 4 spaces for each block), I rather recommend you to download an Python IDE called: NINJA-IDE to find your errors which are displayed in real time without the necessity from running your code. Also don’t say it’s indented properly because it is not. I do started learning Python and understand some things, these days will post contribution to a python static website generator in my website (my whole website is driven by python).

    Edit: This is a copy and paste of your code in NINJA-IDE:
    imgbox(dot)com/acfI8yOb

    Once I indent every single line properly it displays that ‘os’ module is imported but it is not used.

  3. waste
    November 20, 2013

    Seems to be borrowed from ‘Violent Python’ Book

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