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Author Andreas Hofmeister
Recipients Andreas Hofmeister
Date 2010-06-21.19:46:37
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Description:
An unexpected UnboundLocalError is produced when assigning a value to a variable inside a nested function. The first assignment to the variable is in the enclosing function.

Example:
def x():
     a = False
     def y():
         print a
         a = True
     return y

Calling x()() produces an UnboundLocalError on the 'print a' line.
If the 'a = True' line is removed, no error occurs.

Tested with:
  - 2.5.1
  - 2.6.5

Keywords: 
Nested function, UnboundLocalError, variable assignment

Thank you for your attention
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