Sometimes you’re in a situation where you need to debug something that is inside a piece of code like this:
try: [...] except Exception as e: [...]
An option would be printing
e but it will show only the exception message, instead of the traceback. You can solve this by adding:
import traceback try: [...] except Exception as e: [...] print(''.join(traceback.format_exception(None, e, e.__traceback__)))
It will show the exception and the traceback.
Please avoid catching generic exceptions. It can disguise many important errors and bring a lot of headache for you in the future.
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