Try block problem

Michael Hudson mwh at python.net
Tue Nov 20 14:54:50 CET 2001


Jeff Davis <jdavis at empires.org> writes:

> I am not sure you understood my question. I wanted to know why the
> "finally" could not be used with "try", i.e. why did the developers
> of python choose to make the language that way.

Because explicit is better than implicit (or guessing).  Here, read
this thread:

http://groups.google.com/groups?hl=en&threadm=LNBBLJKPBEHFEDALKOLCMEONGIAA.tim_one%40email.msn.com&rnum=1

and I hope this link to google groups works better than the last one I
tried to post...

Cheers,
M.

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