The Effects of an Exception

Learn about the effects of exceptions.

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When an exception is raised, it appears to stop program execution immediately. Any lines that were supposed to run after the exception is raised are not executed, and unless the exception is handled by an except clause, the program will exit with an error message. We’ll examine unhandled exceptions first, and then take a close look at handling exceptions.

Take a look at this basic function:

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