How can I raise an exception in Python so that it can later be caught via an except block?

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How can I raise an exception in Python so that it can later be caught via an except block?
May 29 in Python by Pallavi
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It's pretty simple to raise a query 

raise ValueError('An Ugly exception')

But don't raise genereic exception.

answered May 29 by Umesh

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