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In basic terminology we are aware of try/except clause. The code which can cause an exception to occur is put in the try block and the handling of the exception is implemented in the except block. Here is a simple example:

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We can use three methods to handle multiple exceptions. The first one involves putting all the exceptions which are likely to occur in a tuple. Like so:

Another method is to handle individual exceptions in separate except blocks. We can have as many except blocks as we want. Here is an example:

This way if the exception is not handled by the first except block then it may be handled by a following block, or none at all. Now the last method involves trapping ALL exceptions:

This can be helpful when you have no idea about the exceptions which may be thrown by your program.

We wrap our main code in the try clause. After that we wrap some code in an except clause which gets executed if an exception occurs in the code wrapped in the try clause. In this example we will use a third clause as well which is the finally clause. The code which is wrapped in the finally clause will run whether or not an exception occurred. It might be used to perform clean-up after a script. Here is a simple example:

Often times we might want some code to run if no exception occurs. This can easily be achieved by using an else clause. One might ask: why, if you only want some code to run if no exception occurs, wouldn’t you simply put that code inside the try ? The answer is that then any exceptions in that code will be caught by the try , and you might not want that. Most people don’t use it and honestly I have myself not used it widely. Here is an example:

The else clause would only run if no exception occurs and it would run before the finally clause.

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