I am getting the following error when trying to parse the last page of my loop and exit the loop once the next (») button no longer exists: selenium.common.exceptions.NoSuchElementException: Message: Unable to locate element: » Code: while True: prices = driver.find_element_by_id(‘showAllGraphsButton’) prices.click() time.sleep(6) s_container = driver.find_element_by_id(‘stockContainer’) stocks = WebDriverWait(s_container, 10).until(EC.visibility_of_all_elements_located((By.CLASS_NAME, "imageRow"))) for stock in stocks: ..
I have some code which in it’s simplest form boils down to: try: raise(Exception("whoops")) except Exception as e: print(e) Yet for some reason I’m getting: NameError: name ‘e’ is not defined Now here’s what the actual code looks like: try: bytes_as_np_array = np.frombuffer(file.read(), dtype=np.uint8) img = cv2.imdecode(bytes_as_np_array, cv2.IMREAD_COLOR) pred_code = infer_code(img) except e: logging.log(40, e) ..
I am trying to implement and understand custom exceptions in Python. I create a base class like below: class SDKException(Exception): """Generic exception.""" def __init__(self, *args, **kwargs): """SDKException object creation.""" # what if custom attributes here in this __init__? super().__init__(self, *args, **kwargs) And then I have this inheriting exception class: class RequestError(SDKException): """Request error occured.""" def ..
I am a newbie in python software development. I have created a script which includes many functions returning output of a request and handling the exceptions generated by them. One of the func. is as below: def ApiResponse(emailHash): r=None errorMessage = "" url = "https://dummy.com" try: r = requests.get(url, timeout = TIMEOUT_LIMIT) except requests.exceptions.Timeout as ..
Coming from this thread, it seems that is not possible with pytest to check if a specific exception is raised: if you mention the parent exception, the test passes as well. I made this little example to illustrate, all three tests passed just fine. I expect only one to pass. Could you confirm ? Should ..
I am processing text files that contain embedded python code. A new text file is created in which the embedded code is replaced with the result. When embedded code raises an exception, I would like to refer the user to the location of the embedded code that caused the exception. I don’t simply want to ..
For example, for: class Bar: def foo(self, a): return 1 / a Should the docstring for foo contain something like: """Raises: ZeroDivisionError: if a is equal to 0. """ Or should it just list the exceptions that the method itself raises? Any insights as to what’s better are welcome, thanks. Source: Python..
8 version of python that include pip , pyinstaller , pygame ,py2exe. I tried a lot of solutions , after a search in google and this website . I tried to convert my .py file to exe .–>dont sucssed I tried to add the path to the enviorment variables .– dont work I tried to ..
It’s supposed to read a few lines that includes Name and family name and adds up the score of each student and print as a dictionary: (John Smith 5 Anna Boleyn 4.5 John Smith 2 Anna Boleyn 11). I don’t understand why the FileEmpty in the except "raise FileEmpty()" of the subclass is not raised ..
I am coding in Python 2.7 and am trying to add the raise Exception part of the message into my logging command. Would someone please help in telling me how to add that part of the exception message into the logging code. I have added the initialization of my logging package into the code for ..