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Wed Mar 17 03:45:50 CET 2010
At first thanks for your answers!!!
On 16 Mrz., 21:16, Carl Banks <pavlovevide... at gmail.com> wrote:
> Here you raise an exception with a C statement,
> and catch and print it in the very next line. The exception doesn't
> exit from Python code so there are no lines to print.
Exactly, I dont expect any line/file information. I am just looking
forward for a solution how to solve that. I would like to avoid
the use of the debugger in this case.
1. I thought the return value might contain any information where it
2. Otherwise it would be cool if there are any information available
in which line, file
the last called function/method exited.
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