Python videos | Python Part 13 - Error-trapping

Posted by Andy Brown on 01 November 2021


Learn how to use the try-except-else-finally code block to trap errors, how to raise errors from functions and how to avoid the need for error-trapping in the first place!

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This video has the following accompanying files:

File name Type Description
Bad coding.py Python code Example of a dodgy function
Original sin.py Python code Two commands generating errors
No error bubbling.py Python code Handling errors within function
Returning error message.py Python code Returning errors from functions
Raising errors.py Python code Raising your own errors
Else and finally.py Python code Using else and finally
Was it worth it.py Python code Avoiding error-handling altogether

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