Nested try...except

Nanjundi nanjundi at gmail.com
Wed Apr 2 18:25:21 CEST 2008


On Apr 2, 9:22 am, Magnus.Morab... at gmail.com wrote:
> On 2 Apr, 15:15, Magnus.Morab... at gmail.com wrote:
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> > On 2 Apr, 15:12, cokofree... at gmail.com wrote:
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> > > On Apr 2, 3:06 pm, Magnus.Morab... at gmail.com wrote:
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> > > > Hi,
>
> > > > I found the following code on the net -
>
> > > > http://mail-archives.apache.org/mod_mbox/httpd-python-cvs/200509.mbox/%3C20050924104732.5116.qm...@minotaur.apache.org%3E
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> > > > def count(self):
> > > > -            db = sqlite.connect(self.filename,
> > > > isolation_level=ISOLATION_LEVEL)
> > > > -            try:
> > > > -                try:
> > > > -                    cur = db.cursor()
> > > > -                    cur.execute("select count(*) from sessions")
> > > > -                    return cur.fetchone()[0]
> > > > -                finally:
> > > > -                    cur.close()
> > > > -            finally:
> > > > -                db.close()
>
> > > > I don't understand though why the second try is not after the line cur
> > > > = db.cursor(). Can anyone explain for me why?
>
> > > > /Barry.
>
> > > Better question is why is there a try with no except...
>
> > > Better yet, WHY is there two TRY statements when there could quite
> > > happily be only one...
>
> > > Towards what you are asking, I GUESS...because the author hoped to
> > > handle the cases where cur failed to get assigned...but then
> > > his .close method of it would likely not work anyway...I mean...does
> > > this even work...YUCK
>
> > I shouldn't have written "Nested try...except" as the title, instead I
> > mean "Nested try...finally". Sorry about that...
>
> > Anyway, how would you do this? That is, use a finally to close the
> > network connection and the cursor?
>
> > Thanks for your help,
>
> > Barry
>
> Here's what I would do. Is it OK?
>
>     def ExecuteWithNoFetching(self, queryString):
>
>         sqlServerConnection = adodbapi.connect (";".join (connectors))
>         try:
>             cursor = sqlServerConnection.cursor()
>             try:
>                 cursor.execute(queryString)
>                 raise Exception("Exception")
>                 sqlServerConnection.commit()
>             finally:
>                 cursor.close()
>         finally:
>             sqlServerConnection.close()

No.. Why do you have raise statement?
"sqlServerConnection.commit()" never gets executed.
-N



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