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Enrica Fedeli-Jaques6,773 Points
Did not understand the test about expecting exeptions
print("A") try: result = "test" + 5 print("B") except ValueError: print("C") except TypeError: print("D") else: print("E") print("F")
OMG. I stared at this for 10 minutes, didn't figure it out. I was already confused by the first line, why is it there, I don't think it's of any impact on the exercise? anyway, moved on: try: analyses the code I know could throw an error, and the error is clear, string + number. The rest of the code I really didn't understand. Thank you in advance to whoever can explain this :)
Chris FreemanTreehouse Moderator 68,390 Points
Here are the steps:
print("A") #1 print A try: #2 enter try result = "test" + 5 #3 raise TypeError adding mixed types print("B") except ValueError: print("C") except TypeError: #4 jump to TypeError print("D") # print D else: # skip else due to error print("E") print("F") #5 print F
So, A, D, F