[Baypiggies] Python way to avoid usage of raise

Nick S Kanakakorn bbdada at gmail.com
Wed Oct 6 05:42:21 CEST 2010

Let's skip the rationale discussion although I feel better for your
sympathy.  One non python solution I can think of is Macro (C/C++) or add a
new command  which could work in any stack frame (TCL).
However, I'm quite new to python so I'm not so sure if there are some ways
around this.

Can we have something similar to macro in python ?

On Tue, Oct 5, 2010 at 7:27 PM, Glen Jarvis <glen at glenjarvis.com> wrote:

> > My work place has imposed a rules for no use of exception (catching is
> allowed).
> What?!?
> Forgive my reaction, I'm just very surprised. Why has your workplace
> implemented this policy? Has anyone else on BayPIGgies seen a  policy like
> this? What's the rationale?  Am I a Luddite for not hearing on this?
> I'm sorry. I know you asked a genuine question and I haven't answered it. I
> just found this very odd and am first getting my head around the question.
> Cheers,
> Glen

-Nick Kanakakorn
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