Python throws error, 'function' object is not subscriptable, when we try to index or subscript a function. Lear from code and demo.
Python throws the error, ‘function’ object is not subscriptable, when we try to index or subscript a python function. Only iterables like array, list, tuples, dictionaries etc. are allowed to be indexed.
Consider this example –
def iAmAFunction(): return ["Captain America", "Hulk", "Thor"] print(iAmAFunction) ## Error: 'function' object is not subscriptable
The above code will throw the error because we are trying to subscript a function
iAmAFunction. Although this function is returning a list, but we cannot directly subscript it.
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