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Python Python Basics Functions and Looping Exception Flow

Jonathan Alvarez
Jonathan Alvarez
549 Points

why is the answer C for the print for the first question after the exceptions video?

    result = "test" +5 
except ValueError:
except TypeError:

Why would it only print ADF and not ACDFE?

1 Answer

Rohald van Merode
Rohald van Merode
Treehouse Staff

Hi Jonathan Alvarez 👋

When this code block runs it will print "A" right at the start. Then in the try block, when trying to run "test" + 5 a TypeError occurs so "D" will be printed, this concludes the try block and the final print will print the "F"

There's no ValueError happening in this code so "C" will not be printed. The else block will only run if there ware no exceptions, "E" will therefor not be printed either 🙂

Hope this clears things up! 😃