Here is the answer of the question: When would you use a try/except block in code?
- You use try/except blocks when you want to run some code, but need a way to execute different code if an exception is raised.
- You use try/except blocks inside of unit tests so that the unit testes will always pass.
- You use try/except blocks so that you can demonstrate to your code reviewers that you tried a new approach, but if the new approach is not what they were looking for, they can leave comments under the except keyword.
- You use try/except blocks so that none of your functions or methods return None.
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