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Raising exceptions Q2

I'm sorry, but this question does not make sense to me. How does it work

11/2/2018 8:30:46 PM


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Do you mean the question in the tutorial where you are asked to 'raise a ValueError'? Python gives you an error when you write stuff that doesn't work, like when you try to add a number to a string. A number below zero (as in the example) normally is no reason for Python to call out an exception - unless you specifically say so in your code by calling that Exception yourself with raise.


Can you please provide more context and be more specific about which part you are hung up on?