montagne at boora.com
Wed May 9 22:05:33 CEST 2001
1. How do I break out of a running program? similar to Ctrl-Break in
2. In the except: part of a try/except statement, what is the best way
to print out the error?
3. Most troubling. I have been working on a program to transfer some
data form an Outlook folder to a database. I have a number of try/except
statements, each of which does not specify a specific error so all should be
caught. When I run the code in the interactive window, the exceptions are
caught and the program goes through to the end. But when I make a shortcut
and put it on my desktop (winNT) ot start the program, I end up hitting an
error and the program stops. I'm not sure what the error is (see question
#2), but why is the behavior so different than the interactive window?
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