Exceptions in Python
In this post, you will learn how to work with exceptions so that you can use that same knowledge and thus evolve.
- an exception is an event that occurs during the execution of a piece of code that interrupts its normal flow of instructions;
- in short, an exception represents an error.
||When an error occurs related to file handling|
try: readFile = open('File-Write-and-Read.txt', 'r') print(readFile.read()) except IOError: print('The file does not exist and/or its contents cannot be read.') else: print('The file was read successfully.') readFile.close() print('I know there was an error, however, my content is still displayed on the command line.')