Thursday, 7 May 2020

Handling Exceptions | Python

You can catch an exception by implementing the try—except construct. This construct is broken into 2 major parts: • try block. The try block indicates the code which is to be monitored for the exceptions listed in the except expressions. • except clause. You can use an optional except clause to indicate what to do when certain classes of exception/error occur (e.g. resolve the problem or generate a warning message). There can be any number of except clauses in sequence checking for different types of error/exceptions. For more detail explanation , check this below link: Python for beginners:


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