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# Error handling works but will not communicate the error type back to the user.

When an error is encountered the amount due does not calculate as expected but the error type is not printed so the user knows what happened. The loop just circles back to the beginning.

```SRV_CHRG = 2
TCKT_PRICE = 10

tckt_left = 100

def calc_price(num_tckt):
return(num_tckt*TCKT_PRICE)+SRV_CHRG

while tckt_left >=1:
print("There are {} tickets remaining.".format(tckt_left))
num_tckt = input("Hey {}. How many tickets would you like?".format(name))
try:
num_tckt = int(num_tckt)
if num_tckt > tckt_left:
raise ValueError ("There are only {} tickets left".format(tckt_left))
except ValueError as err:
print("Sorry, we ran into an issue. {}.  Please try again".format(err))
else:
amount_due = calc_price(num_tckt)
print("The total due is \${}".format(amount_due))
should_proceed = input("Do you want to proceed, Y/N?")
if should_proceed.lower() == "y":
print("SOLD")
tckt_left = tckt_left-num_tckt
else:
print("Thanks anyways {}".format(name))

print("Sorry we are sold out, {}".format(name))
``` 