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Erik EmbervinePython Development Techdegree Student 1,845 Points
is the code presented in this video "clean" or "complete"?
because when i run it and enter a string value when it prompts for the number of people to split the check, i get an "invalid literal for int() with base 10: 'zero'"...
i'm assuming we don't want the user to see this? am i missing something? i came up with my own solution but i'm curious if there are other ways to handle different types of exceptions in this case without sending the user an "ugly" error message..
Steven Parker218,529 Points
It's a nice enhancement. As I mentioned in your previous question, you can expect plenty opportunities for extra practice by enhancing future exercises.