FAQ: Control Flow - Try and Except Statements


#1

This community-built FAQ covers the “Try and Except Statements” exercise from the lesson “Control Flow”.

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#2

I think I understand. This one is tricky because in the example the try except statements are part of the function. In the exercise they are not. Does that sound right?


#3

Agree, the sample code and lesson did not provide enough to complete the exercise. I set it up like the sample and had to use the hints to figure it out. It made sense after I used the hints. Basically it…calls the function created with the value created which will throw an exception and then prints the error message.