Python – Error Handling 2

Hi all, here are more examples for error handling.

my_value = 10

try:
    print(1 / my_value)
    print("No error occurred!")
except NameError:
    print("A NameError occurred!")
except ZeroDivisionError:
    print("A ZeroDivisionError occurred!")
except TypeError:
    print("A TypeError occurred!")
print("Done!")
We catch three error types.

try:
    print(undeclared_variable)     #---> cause of a NameError
    print(1 / 0)                  #---> cause of a ZeroDivisionError
    print("No error occurred!")
except NameError:
    print("A NameError occurred!")
except ZeroDivisionError:
    print("A ZeroDivisionError occurred!")
print("Done!")

Python – Error Handling 1

Hi all, here are the samples for error handling with try/catch.

my_value = "0"
try:
    print(10 / my_value)

except ZeroDivisionError:
    print("Can't divide by zero")
except:
    print("Not possible")
When you run the code, here is the output
Not possible
my_value = 0
try:
    print(10 / my_value)

except ZeroDivisionError:
    print("Can't divide by zero")
except:
    print("Not possible")
When you rune the code, here is the output
Can't divide by zero
my_value = 5
try:
    print(10 / my_value)

except ZeroDivisionError:
    print("Can't divide by zero")
except:
    print("Not possible")
When you run the code, here is the output
2.0