try except inside exec
michele.petrazz at REMOTEME_unipex.it
Sun May 31 04:37:29 EDT 2009
Aaron Brady wrote:
> Exceptions are only caught when raised in a 'try' statement. If you
> don't raise the exception in a try statement, it won't be caught.
> The function you posted will raise an exception. If you are making
> the call yourself, that is, if only the definition is foreign, then
> simply catch exceptions when so.
Seeing my code and reading you post I found that... yes, are a my fault!
I'm catching only an exception in a code/function definition, no its
Just modified my code to catch the exception *inside* the def and not
before and... now work!
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