> From: Jack G Atkinson Jr [mailto:jgatkinsn@gmail.com]
> Sent: Tuesday, January 22, 2008 3:48 PM

> I have done a little more investigating, and it seems to
> consistently fail when I go from a one digit index to two
> digits. I did this repeatedly by deleting all the rows after
> a failure. I'm trying to look at the string creation part
> and the hand off to the netsnmp command at the lower level,
> and see if something is going wrong. For the life of me, I
> can't see why that extra digit is making a difference.

I don't have my python refs handy, but I do recall the automatic number conversions giving me some grief. I note that you are taking the returned get value, which appears, from the code you sent, to return a string, and are passing it back to set, declared as an integer. You may want to add 0 to it before doing it, just to ensure that it can be accepted as an integer.



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