The most common and effective way to report errors in Python is by generating your own exceptions. The "raise" statement is used to generate exceptions.
- [Instructor] Exceptions are an excellent way…to report runtime errors.…You can generate your own exceptions…for error reporting in your code,…and this is considered best practice.…Here in Komodo, I've opened a working copy of exceptions.py…from chapter 10 of the exercise files,…and you'll notice, if you've been following along in order…that this is our inclusive range example…from the functions chapter, and here,…in the initializing parameters section,…if I have the wrong number of arguments,…either less than one or more than three,…then I generate an exception using the raise statement.…
So I raise and I give the error the exception class,…in this case is TypeError, which is recommended…for this type of an error, and down here when I run it,…I have the correct number of arguments here…so if I run this, you see I get the result I expect,…but if I have no arguments I get this exception,…it says, TypeError and you notice…I have a hole trace back here, exactly as we would expect.…Or if I give it too many arguments,…
- Python anatomy
- Types and values
- Conditionals and operators
- Building loops
- Defining functions
- Python data structures: lists, tuples, sets, and more
- Creating classes
- Handling exceptions
- Working with strings
- File input/output (I/O)
- Creating modules
- Integrating a database with Python db-api
Skill Level Intermediate
Python: Programming Efficientlywith Michele Vallisneri2h 15m Intermediate
2. Language Overview
3. Types and Values
8. Structured Data
11. String Objects
12. File I/O
13. Built-in Functions
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