sys.exit

Donn Cave donn at u.washington.edu
Tue Apr 25 00:29:48 CEST 2000


Quoth Chuck Esterbrook <echuck at mindspring.com>:
| The short question:
|
| If I catch a SystemExit exception (because of an invocation of
| sys.exit(code)), how do I examine the argument to sys.exit()?

...
| Upon printing the "excInfo" tuple I get:
|
|     (<class exceptions.SystemExit at 80afc70>, <exceptions.SystemExit instance at 8110f58>, <traceback object at 811f540>) 
|
| And the attributes of the SystemExit instance are:
|
|     ['__doc__', '__init__', '__module__'] 
|
| I don't know how to get my hands on the exit code.

That's not the instance you're looking at there, but the class, so
that's kind of a red herring.  The instance has a 'code' attribute
for you.

So you need something like

	eclass, einstance, etrace = sys.exc_info()
	if eclass == SystemExit:
		if einstance.code == 0:
			self._errorOccurred = 0

	Donn Cave, University Computing Services, University of Washington
	donn at u.washington.edu



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