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“TypeError: 'tuple' object is not callable” error in Python while trying to get a object in tuple by indexing

By Pritam Shinde, 3 years ago
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I am getting this error "TypeError: 'tuple' object is not callable" whenever I am trying to get a object in tuple. My code is -

import random
import sys

inp = input("Press ENTER to start.")
sys.stdout.write("Rules --\nIn this game, you will have to correctly guess the word. If you can do that successfully, YOU WIN!\n")
sys.stdout.write("You will given (number of letters of the word + 2) chance. In each chance you will have to guess a letter of the word\n")
sys.stdout.write("If you run out of chance, you lose. :(\n")

while True:
    inp = input("Ready(Y/N)? ")
    if 'Y' in inp or 'y' in inp:
    elif 'n' in inp or 'N' in inp:

Weekdays_List = ('Monday', 'Tuesday', 'Wednesday', 'Thursday', 'Friday')
m = random.randint(1, 5)
week = Weekdays_List(m)
chances = len(week) + 2

for x in range(len(week)):
    sys.stdout.write('_ ')

Can anyone spot the error?

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