How to print a message or the error if a file is not found?

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 Can you let me know in case I would like to put a check condition for a file, in case the file is not available it should print "file is not available, please upload the file". How can I do this?

Jan 2 in Python by slayer
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1 answer to this question.

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To print the message that file is not found, use try-except block.

Refer below sample code. 

   open(filename, 'r')
except OSError as e:
   print("File " + filename + "is not available, please upload the file.")
answered Jan 2 by Omkar
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