On 2018-09-07 14:51, Michael F. Stemper wrote:
> On 2018-09-06 16:00, MRAB wrote:
>> On 2018-09-06 21:24, Michael F. Stemper wrote:
>> A word of advice: don't use a "bare" except, i.e. one that doesn't
>> specify what exception(s) it should catch.
> In another case where I had a "bare exception", I was using it to see if
> something was defined and substitute a default value if it wasn't. Have
> I cleaned this up properly?
> id = xmlmodel.attrib['name']
> except KeyError:
> id = "constant power"
Never mind! After I continued testing, I realized that the above
should have been written as:
if 'name' in xmlmodel.attrib:
id = xmlmodel.attrib['name']
id = "constant power"
Michael F. Stemper
Always use apostrophe's and "quotation marks" properly.