TypeError: ‘int’ object is not subscriptable is a common error in Python that occurs when a subscript (i.e. indexing or slicing) is used on a value that is not a sequence.
Reason of error:
The error occurs when an indexing or slicing operation is used on a value that is not a sequence, such as an integer or float. These types of objects are not subscriptable, meaning that they cannot be accessed by index or slice.
The following code snippet will raise a TypeError: ‘int’ object is not subscriptable:
x = 42 print(x)
Solution to solve issue:
To fix the error, ensure that the object being indexed or sliced is a sequence, such as a string, list, or tuple. If the object is not a sequence, convert it to a sequence by wrapping it in a suitable container, such as a list or tuple.
If the object is a number that needs to be indexed, consider converting it to a string first. If the error persists, check that the correct variable is being accessed and that it has the expected value and type.