So I am aware you can use
try/except blocks to manipulate the output of errors, like so:
try: print("ok") print(str.translate) print(str.foo) except AttributeError: print("oops, found an error") print("done")
…which gives the following output:
ok <method 'translate' of 'str' objects> oops, found an error done
Now, is there a way to do the following with a
while loop, like
while not AttributeError, like this:
while not AttributeError: print("ok") print(str.translate) print(str.foo) print("done")
which would give the same output as above, just without
oops, found an error? This would reduce the need for
except: pass type blocks, which are necessary but a little pointless if you have nothing to do in the
while not AttributeError and
while not AttributeError(), which both just completely skip anything in the
while block. So, is there a way to do this in Python?
Edit: This really isn’t a loop per se, but the while block would run, and continue on if it encounters an error, and just continue on if it reaches the end.