I'm not sure how to proceed in the following situation. say we have a function as so: def runsATask(codes): myDicts = [helperFunc(code) for code in codes] for item in myDicts: # some ...
I'm working through the book "Head First Python" (it's my language to learn this year) and I got to a section where they argue about two code techniques: Defensive coding vs Exception handling. Here ...
The classical way to program is with try / catch but when is it appropriate to use try without catch? In Python the following appears legal and can make sense: try: #do work finally: #do ...