Chapter 4. Exception Handling
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This chapter's aim is to teach you how to handle exception situations and how to manage error messages. Certainly the next couple of pages will guide you through a fantastic "catch-all-errors" kind of programming experience.
Exceptions are mostly used for error handling and event notification. They work by breaking the regular flow of a program and jumping to a special set of statements that handle the exception case. Python has many standard exceptions, which are exceptions already built into the language. Python also supports user-defined exceptions, which are exceptions created by users. The provided exceptions are almost no different from user-defined ...