To handle and print an error in a try-except block in Python, you can use the
except clause to catch the exception and then print the error message. Here is an example:
try: # some code that might raise an exception except Exception as e: print("An exception occurred: ", e)
In this example, the
try block contains the code that might raise an exception. If an exception is raised, the code in the
except block will be executed, and the exception object will be assigned to the variable
except block will print the error message along with any other information you might want to include.
Note that you can specify the specific type of exception you want to catch by replacing
Exception with the type of exception you want to catch (e.g.
TypeError, etc.). This can be helpful if you want to handle different types of exceptions differently.
I hope that helps! Let me know if you have any further questions.