I think I found an error in the book and dialogs_2.py file in the provided examples. In the below provided code, an error is hit on the
dlg = CustomDialog(self) line,
TypeError: __init__() takes 1 positional argument but 2 were given. I solved it by removing the self reference but would like if someone could explain why that fixes it. Is it because the function already has self in it and this is attempting to pass self to the
Function that Python complains about below. Changing it to
dlg = CustomDialog() resolves it.
def button_clicked(self, s): print("click", s) dlg = CustomDialog(self) if dlg.exec_(): print("Success!") else: print("Cancel!")