For any possible try-finally block in Python, is it guaranteed that the finally block will always be executed?
For example, let’s say I return while in an except block:
print("Does this code run?")
Or maybe I re-raise an Exception:
print("What about this code?")
Testing shows that finally does get executed for the above examples, but I imagine there are other scenarios I haven't thought of.
Are there any scenarios in which a finally block can fail to execute in Python?