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Stream Notes - Wednesday - October 2, 2019

🐍💻 Learning Python from Scratch 013 - Exceptions and Tracebacks

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Timestamp Topic
00:06:07 Kick it off
00:13:11 Recap from last episode
00:28:41 Python recap
00:33:54 Begin learning about exceptions and tracebacks in python
00:44:07 Via @Cas_9 learned we can copy paste the exception class from the traceback
00:59:10 From colorama import Fore, Style to color output from program (created by @Cas_9)
01:05:09 Use “except” without an exception type to do a “catch all” errors
01:07:42 Via @TenshiOni we can catch multiple specific exceptions by wrapping them in parenthesis
01:15:34 An underscore before a variable or class name is a common convention throughout various programming languages that means something is not “open” to be used outside of its module or code (created by @TenshiOni)
01:15:35 Learning about exit vs. non-exit exceptions
01:32:49 Learned about
01:33:05 Learned about “else” and “finally” clauses (thanks to ShephiZaragoza and TenshiOni )
01:37:27 Learned why “finally” is used with “try” “except”
01:57:47 Back from break and learning about sharing our code on GitHub
02:18:27 Using common git commands
02:19:29 How to use “git status” and “git add”
02:20:59 Using .gitignore to ignore files from source control
02:22:34 How “git diff” works
02:24:59 How to use “git restore” to remove a file or folder from being tracked
02:29:30 Learned about “git commit” with message and “git log”
02:31:50 Learned what “git push” does and how to use it
02:33:39 Link to repo: https://github.com/cecilphillip/python-stream
02:36:18 Learned what “branches” are
02:50:51 Start wrapping up and recap

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