Exception Handling in Python 3 - try, except, else, finally

To Know Basics of Python and To Enter Python World Very Easily. Get Full Perfection on Exception Handling Concepts
Rating: 4.0 out of 5 (190 ratings)
21,588 students
Exception Handling in Python 3 - try, except, else, finally
Rating: 4.0 out of 5 (190 ratings)
21,586 students
Student can get much perfection on Python Fundamentals and Exception Handling

Requirements

  • It's desirable to have some minimum basic knowledge of English
Description

As the part of Exception Handling, we will cover the following topics.


1. Syntax Error vs Runtime Error

2. The 3 Most Important Questions about Exception Handling

3. Default Exception Handling and Exception Hierarchy

4. Customized Exception Handling by using try-except

5. Control flow in try-except

6. How to print Exception Information to the console?

7. try with multiple except blocks?

8. Single except block that can handle multiple different exceptions

9. Default Except Block & Various except block syntaxes

10. finally block purpose and Speciality

11. finally block vs os._exit(0)

12. Important Interview Question: difference between finally block and destructor

13. Control Flow in try-except-finally

14. Nested try-except-finally theory and demo program

15. Control Flow in Nested try-except-finally

16. else block with try-except-finally theory

17. else block with try-except-finally demo programs

18. Various possible combinations of try-except-else-finally

19. Types of Exceptions-Predefined and User Defined

20. How to define and raise Customized Exceptions & Demo Program

Who this course is for:
  • Anyone looking to know basics of Python
  • Anyone looking to clear Python Interviews
  • Anyone looking to clear Python Certification
  • Anyone to get perfection on day to day coding requirements on Python Language Fundamentals and Exception Handling Concepts
Course content
6 sections • 79 lectures • 21h 40m total length
  • What is Python and Father of Python
    19:29
  • Easyness of Python when compared with Other Languages
    26:14
  • Why the name 'Python'
    08:00
  • Python as All Rounder
    11:08
  • Where we can use Python
    07:06
  • Features of Python: Part-1
    13:12
  • Features of Python: Part-2
    20:25
  • Features of Python: Part-3
    14:02
  • Features of Python: Part-4
    13:10
  • Features of Python Summary
    07:11
  • Limitations and Flavors of Python
    18:06
  • Python Versions
    13:52
  • Python Installation
    21:21
  • How to Write and Run python code on IDLE
    17:57
  • How to Write and Run python code by using NotePad
    05:12
  • Install Editplus and Run first Python Program
    16:06
  • Python Identifiers
    22:21
  • Python Reserved Words
    13:30
  • Data Types Introduction
    15:01
  • Data Types: int data type
    22:17
  • Data Types: Base Conversion Functions
    08:43
  • Data Types: float data type
    12:24
  • Data Types: complex data type
    13:26
  • Data Types: bool data type
    08:08
  • str data type representations by using single,double and triple quot
    20:08
  • str data type - positive and negative index
    07:14
  • Data Types: str data type - Slice Operator
    16:30
  • Data Types: str data type - Slice Operator Applications
    12:43
  • Data Types: + and * operators for str data type
    13:04
  • Type Casting: introduction and int() function
    13:32
  • Type Casting: float() and complex() functions
    22:35
  • Type Casting: bool() and str() functions
    12:24
  • Type Casting: Summary
    08:48
  • Meaning Of Immutability
    14:43
  • Need Of Immutability
    20:45
  • Immutability vs Mutability
    20:21
  • Python Data Types: List data type
    24:34
  • Python Data Types: Tuple data type
    21:54
  • Python Data Types: Set data type
    21:06
  • Python Data Types: FrozenSet
    10:41
  • Python Data Types: Dict
    16:40
  • Python Data Types: range
    24:17
  • Python Data Types: bytes and bytearray
    16:51
  • Python Data Types Summary
    19:48
  • None Data Type
    12:34
  • Escape Characters,Comments and Constants
    17:45
  • Agenda & Difference between raw_input() and input() functions
    14:48
  • Demo Program-1 to Read input data from the keyboard
    09:45
  • Demo Program-2 to read input data from the keyboard
    15:49
  • Reading Multiple Values from the keyboard in a single line
    26:56
  • eval() function
    07:48
  • Command Line Arguments Part-1
    16:37
  • Command Line Arguments Part-2
    21:07
  • Important Conclusions about Command Line Arguments
    12:36
  • Output Statements : print() function and sep attribute
    16:04
  • Output Statements : end attribute
    17:35
  • print(object) and with replacement operator
    21:42
  • print() with formatted string
    16:58
  • Syntax Error vs Runtime Error
    19:00
  • The 3 Most Important Questions about Exception Handling
    23:55
  • Default Exception Handling and Exception Hierarchy
    16:26
  • Customized Exception Handling by using try-except
    13:32
  • Control flow in try-except
    15:53
  • How to print Exception Information to the console?
    15:30
  • try with multiple except blocks?
    18:34
  • Single except block that can handle multiple different exceptions
    08:09
  • Default Except Block & Various except block syntaxes
    23:32
  • finally block purpose and Specialty
    18:32
  • finally block vs os._exit(0)
    15:51
  • Important Interview Question: difference between finally block and destructor
    04:52
  • Control Flow in try-except-finally
    11:05
  • Nested try-except-finally theory and demo program
    28:11
  • Control Flow in Nested try-except-finally
    32:55
  • else block with try-except-finally theory
    17:38
  • else block with try-except-finally demo programs
    19:04
  • Various possible combinations of try-except-else-finally
    32:57
  • Types of Exceptions-Predefined and User Defined
    28:02
  • How to define and raise Customized Exceptions & Demo Program
    21:02
  • Bonus Lecture: Premium courses at the lowest price just @ Rs 360/- or $9.99
    00:21

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