We can implement exception handling to handle error conditions in Python code. If we are expecting an error condition that we cannot handle, we can raise an error with appropriate message.
>>> if student_score < 0: raise ValueError(“Score can not be negative”) If we do not want to stop the program, we can just catch the error condition, print a message and continue with our program. E.g. In following code snippet we are catching the error and continuing with the default value of age.
print(“duration has to be a number”)