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"Python class failed to compile" build errors

Hi everyone... I'm new to QC (and Python) as of a couple of months ago. While I've been successful in clearing stumbling blocks myself until now, this problem has me stumped (and suspecting it could be the IDE?).

I have created a new module. When compiling it there are several build errors (pasted below) that aren't very explanatory (to me). They seem to be referring to a variable "self.gbpValArray[6]", however even if I remove the entire contents of the relevant function, I still get a single ambiguous "Python class failed to compile" error.

Any advice is appreciated.

 

94 | 03:41:27: 
Build Error: File: n/a Line:0 Column:0 - Python class failed to compile
195 | 03:41:27: 
Build Error: File: n/a Line:0 Column:0 - Traceback (most recent call last):
196 | 03:41:27: 
Build Error: File: n/a Line:0 Column:0 -     self.gbpValArray[6] = \        
197 | 03:41:27: 
Build Error: File: n/a Line:0 Column:0 - Python class failed to compile

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Well it turned out there were stray tab or space characters after the newline (i.e. '\') character (on line 91 above). I deleted them and it built perfectly.

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