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Python Python Basics Functions and Looping Raising Exceptions

Finding Errors

Is there an easier way to figure out the errors besides just knowing what people would type in would be wrong? I understand you knew the negative people or zero people. But what if I had not thought about that? Is there something online that can check your work for potential user errors or a function that can correct any and all errors that would come up?