[Tutor] using help

Jason Massey jason.massey at gmail.com
Mon Nov 28 21:56:38 CET 2005


A listing of all the built-in exceptions can be found at:


And is this what you're looking for?

>>> a='123'
>>> int(a)

A description of this, and the other built-in functions, is at:


On 11/28/05, Boyan R. <boyanpn at yahoo.com> wrote:
> How can I see all error keywords for using Try..Except,
> like EOFError, ValueError etc by typing help('something') ?
> Also, what to type to see string handling commands ?
> like "int" [number = int(raw_input("Enter a number: "))]
> What's python equivalent for basic "val" command ?
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