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Python Python Basics All Together Now Handle Exceptions

Julieta Dalla Pozza
Julieta Dalla Pozza
4,255 Points

IF invalid syntax

Hello i have this code, and i don't get what i am doing wrong. Keep rising an invalid syntax error

while tickets_remaining >= 1: 
    print("There are {} tickets remaining.".format(tickets_remaining))
    name = input("Morning there, what is your name?  ")
    ask_tickets = input("How many tickets do yo need, {}?  " .format(name))
    #calculate the price (number of tickets multiplied by the price) and assign it to a variable
        ask_tickets = int(ask_tickets)
        #raise a value error if the request is for more tickets than are available
    if ask_tickets > tickets_remaining:
        raise ValueError print("Sorry there are only {}" .format(tickets_remaining))

  File "tickets.py", line 14
    if ask_tickets > tickets_remaining:
SyntaxError: invalid syntax

1 Answer

Chris Freeman
Chris Freeman
Treehouse Moderator 67,977 Points

Hey Julieta Dalla Pozza,

It’s not the if. The try: block is missing an associated except block.

Post back if you need more help. Good luck!!!