python error handling

try:
  # code block
except ValueError as ve:
  print(ve)

Here is what the above code is Doing:
1. It’s creating a try block.
2. It’s creating a code block.
3. It’s creating an except block.
4. It’s printing the ValueError.

The try block is used to test a block of code for errors.
The code block is the code that will be tested.
The except block is used to handle the error.
The print statement is used to print the ValueError.

If you want to test multiple blocks of code, you can use multiple except blocks.