Catching any exception an printing it
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Mon Feb 21 15:13:37 EST 2000
Stuart Reynolds <S.I.Reynolds at cs.bham.ac.uk> wrote:
> Python allows you to do,
> if a:
> raise SomeException()
> raise xyz()
> print 'There was an error'
> but is it possible to print out the exception if you don't know what
> type it is? I'd like the above error message to be more useful, but the
> exception raised inside the try block could be anything. Is it possible
> to find the last exception raised?
inside the except clause, sys.exc_info() returns information
about the current exception. for details, see:
to print the full exception traceback (like the interpreter does
if you don't catch the exception at all), use the traceback
hope this helps!
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