[Edu-sig] What do files and exceptions have in common?
kent37 at tds.net
Mon Nov 8 01:30:49 CET 2004
Still prepping for my files class. The chapter in Dawson is "Files and
Exceptions". I think that is a little strange; what do files and
exceptions have to do with each other, pedagogically? None of the file
examples even use exceptions, and few of the exceptions examples use files.
But whatever, I figure I'll stick with the program. But looking at other
sources, I see Elkner's "Hot to Think Like a Computer Scientist" and
Mark's "Dive into Python" have chapters called "Files and Exceptions"
and "Exceptions and File Handling" respectively.
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