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How can we catch the ParseError that is not being caught with the 'except' keyword?

asked 2021-04-17 11:00:00 +0000

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answered 2023-03-27 07:00:00 +0000

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One way to catch a ParseError that is not being caught with the 'except' keyword is to use a try-except block that specifically catches the ParseError exception. For example:

try:
    # code that could raise a ParseError
except ParseError as p:
    # code to handle the ParseError
except:
    # code to handle any other exceptions

In this block of code, the first except block catches any instance of the ParseError exception and allows an opportunity to handle it. The second except block is a catch-all for any other exceptions that may occur. It's important to note that the specific exception being caught must be listed before the more general exception or else it will not be caught.

Additionally, it's possible that the ParseError is being raised in a different portion of the code that is not being captured by the current try-except block. In this case, it may be necessary to add additional try-except blocks or refactor the code to better handle exceptions.

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