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docs: fix get topic_path in subscriber sample #210

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Fixes #209 馃

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Are you meaning to create an instance of pubsub.SubscriberClient and name the variable "publisher"?
Line 40:
# publisher = pubsub.SubscriberClient()

@ryanyuan ryanyuan force-pushed the fix/subscriber-get-topic-path-docs branch from e2877a5 to 7e45f19 Compare September 25, 2020 22:57
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@marjohkan It should be 'publisher = pubsub.PublisherClient()'. My bad, copy/paste error.

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@plamut I just accidentally removed googleapis/api-pubsub from reviewers.

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Looks good, thanks for catching and fixing this!

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plamut commented Sep 28, 2020

"Stream removed" flakiness caused the Python3.7 samples check to fail.

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SubscriberClient no longer has 'topic_path' method, but documentation still makes references to it.
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