Click here to Skip to main content
15,847,903 members
Please Sign up or sign in to vote.
1.00/5 (1 vote)
See more:
Hi, I have a problem with trying to start the program before it started fine and towards my login and such but now I get this error:

<pre>Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "/Users/tomas/Downloads/RegistroDeTienda/", line 115, in <module>
    user = x["name"]
NameError: name 'x' is not defined. Did you mean: 'X'?
[Finished in 519ms with exit code 1]

what could be due? I have this

conex3 = pymysql.connect(host='',

cur3 = conex3.cursor()
verificarName = "SELECT * FROM clientes WHERE id = 1"
verificarPassword = "SELECT password FROM clientes WHERE id = 1"

myresult = cur3.fetchall()
row6 = [item['name'] for item in myresult]
print (row6)
for x in myresult:
    print (x["name"])

####### VENTANA Tkinter #######

root = Tk()
root.title("Mostrar datos")
label1 = Label(root, image=imagen1), y=0)

x_ventana = root.winfo_screenwidth() // 2 - 300 // 2
y_ventana = root.winfo_screenheight() // 2 - 300 // 2

posicion = str(300) + "x" + str(300) + "+" + str(x_ventana) + "+" + str(y_ventana)


#frame = ttk.Frame(root, borderwidth=5, relief="ridge", width=200, height=100), y=100)

user = x["name"]
password = x["password"]

ttk.Label(text="Usuario:").place(x=50, y=110)

ttk.Label(text="Contraseña:").place(x=50, y=165)

#### Entry Usuario ####
v1 = StringVar()
e1 = Entry(root, textvariable=v1, justify=CENTER), y=130, width=200, height=30)

#### Entry Password ####
v2 = StringVar()
e2 = Entry(root, textvariable=v2, show="*", justify=CENTER), y=185, width=200, height=30)

and more code but to simplify, this is where the error is thrown: user = x["name"]

Any additional information would be greatly appreciated

What I have tried:

<pre>Any additional information would be greatly appreciated
Updated 12-Jul-22 21:01pm

From that code fragment, we can't tell. But this may help: Python Scope[^]
Share this answer
As Griff suggested, x is out-of-scope.
for x in myresult:
print (x["name"])
is executed, x is no more in scope and Python interpreter correctly complains.
Share this answer

This content, along with any associated source code and files, is licensed under The Code Project Open License (CPOL)

CodeProject, 20 Bay Street, 11th Floor Toronto, Ontario, Canada M5J 2N8 +1 (416) 849-8900