how do i check for exceptions in python?

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how do i check for exceptions in python??
Mar 11 in Python by Waseem
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use self.assertRaises 

method as a context manager.

def test(self):

with test.assertRaises(TypeError):
1 + '1'

answered Mar 12 by Mohammad
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