### Thread: Interger and Queue Problem

1. #### Interger and Queue Problem

Ok I'm having a serious problem with my queue because it won't let me use integers. Look at the following code:
Code:
```        if msg == "?trigger" and user == mt:
triggeroccur = True
print "Processing command..."
log = open(date, 'a')
log.write("Processing command...")
q.append(curtr)
if floodprotect1 == True:
delay = 4
elif floodprotect1 = False:
if floodprotect2 == True:
delay = 5
elif floodprotect2 == False:
GetWait()
else:
pass
else:
continue
Queue()
triggeroccur = False```
Most of that code you wont need to know what it does or what it's for. The line, q.append(curtr) adds curtr (it equals the current trigger, etc.) to the queue, making curtr equal [0] in the queue list. When the Queue starts, by doing the line, Queue(), heres what the code does,
Code:
```    def Queue():
if len(queue[0]) >= 224:
queue.pop([0])
else:
time.sleep(delay)
data = queue[0]
buffer = buffer + data + chr(0)
BNETPacketId = 0x0E
s.send(chr(0xFF) + chr(BNETPacketId) + struct.pack("< H", len(buffer) + 4) + buffer)
Clear()
queue.pop([0])
print "Process complete!"
log = open(date, 'a')
log.write("Process complete!")```
I want the program to send each queue item 1 at a time and at the specified interval (delay). The problem I run into is that I don't know how to remove the item after it sends the item. queue.pop([0]) and queue.remove([0]) doesn't work. What else can I do?
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If your queue is a Queue, then a lot of that code wont work, so I'll assume it's actually a list...

Code:
```len(queue)

and

queue.pop(0)```
Last edited by sfb; December 20th, 2004 at 04:19 PM.