try: # Some code that may raise an exception except Exception: # Handle all exceptions pass
This code will catch all exceptions, including TypeError, ValueError, and any other type of exception that may be raised. However, it's generally not a good idea to catch all exceptions like this, because it can hide important information about why the exception occurred. It's better to catch only specific exceptions that you expect to occur and handle them in a specific way.
*Note that you can only specify a single exception type in an except block. If you want to catch multiple exceptions and handle them differently, you will need to use multiple except blocks, like this:
try: # Some code that may raise an exception except TypeError: # Handle TypeError exceptions pass except ValueError: # Handle ValueError exceptions passThis will catch TypeError and ValueError exceptions separately and handle them in different ways.
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