Re: How to pop the interpreter's stack?



On Dec 22, 7:22 pm, Steven D'Aprano <steve
+comp.lang.pyt...@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
There should be a mechanism for Python functions to distinguish between
unexpected exceptions (commonly known as "bugs"), which should be
reported as coming from wherever they come from, and documented, expected
exceptions, which should be reported as coming from the function
regardless of how deep the function call stack really is.

No, -100. The traceback isn't the place for this. I've never
disagreed with you more, and I've disagreed with you and awful lot.


Carl Banks
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