typeerror: ‘int’ object is not callable Python

typeerror: ‘int’ object is not callable python:

Somewhere else in your code you have something that looks like this:

round = 42

Then when you write

round((a/b)*0.9*c)

that is interpreted as meaning a function call on the object bound to round, which is an int. And that fails.

The problem is whatever code binds an int to the name round. Find that and remove it.



I got the same error (TypeError: ‘int’ object is not callable)

def xlim(i,k,s1,s2):
   x=i/(2*k)
   xl=x*(1-s2*x-s1*(1-x)) / (1-s2*x**2-2*s1*x(1-x))
   return xl 
... ... ... ... 

>>> xlim(1,100,0,0)
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "<stdin>", line 1, in <module>
File "<stdin>", line 3, in xlim
TypeError: 'int' object is not callable

after reading this post I realized that I forgot a multiplication sign * so

def xlim(i,k,s1,s2):
   x=i/(2*k)
   xl=x*(1-s2*x-s1*(1-x)) / (1-s2*x**2-2*s1*x * (1-x))
   return xl 

xlim(1.0,100.0,0.0,0.0)
0.005

Thanks


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In my case I changed:

return <variable>

with:

return str(<variable>)

try with the following and it must work:

str(round((a/b)*0.9*c))

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