jciber16 at hotpop.com
Thu Jan 2 23:56:17 CET 2003
Thanks! I was wondering if I had to use just except IOError and not some
mile long command.
"Raymond Hettinger" <vze4rx4y at verizon.net> wrote in message
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> "Jc" <jciber16 at hotpop.com> wrote in message
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> > I'm writing a program and when it can't open a txt file it crashes. How
> > I get it to report the file not being there? I set it up using the basic
> > command,
> > in_file = open(filename+".txt","r")
> > text = in_file.read()
> > in_file.close()
> > Thanks.
> > JC
> Wrap the call in a try/except block:
> except IOError:
> print 'Cannon open file'
> Raymond Hettinger
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