Python tutorial-two Exception classes

Using two Exception classes



Sometimes, there are more one type of errors. For example, the errors can come from name that is not defined and zero divisor. Therefore, NameError and ZeroDivisionErrro can be used.
>>> try:
            y=x/0
except NameError:'The variable is not defined.'
except ZeroDivisionError:'Print the divisor can not be zero.'
 
'The variable is not defined.'
>>> 
You also can group the classes in parentheses separated by comma (,) and use only one except keyword.
>>> try:
            y=x/10
except (NameError, ZeroDivisionError):'The variable is not defined or the divisor is zero.'
 
'The variable is not defined or the divisor is zero.'
>>> 



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