Any way to turn off exception handling? (debugging)

Steve Holden steve at holdenweb.com
Thu Feb 11 19:42:08 CET 2010


mk wrote:
> Stephen Hansen wrote:
>> the uncommon, the exceptional, case. If one could somehow turn off
>> exceptions, you can't even do a for loop: every for loop would become
>> infinite-- exceptions are how Python signals the end of an iterator.
>> Think about that, *every* for loop in Python suddenly breaks. 
> 
> Hmm what if one could turn off exception handling for particular
> exception classes?
> 
An extension of the warnings mechanism might be the easiest way to play
with an implementation ...

regards
 Steve
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