How to determine what exceptions a method might raise?

Ben Finney bignose+hates-spam at benfinney.id.au
Tue Jan 16 23:16:34 CET 2007


Ed Jensen <ejensen at visi.com> writes:

> it would be handy if there was something I could do in the
> interactive interpreter to make it tell me what exceptions the file
> method might raise (such as IOError).

For what purpose would this be handy? Surely the benefit of the
interactive interpreter is that you can simply try it out and *see*
what happens.

But, in case it helps: Any code may raise any exception at any
time. This is a feature, since it encourages program that are tested
properly.

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