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RE: I Need A Placeholder

I typically use pass for a place holder.

try:
# Do some code here
var = 1 # For example
except:
pass

HTH,
Mark

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Subject: I Need A Placeholder

I'm trying to build a try/except case, and I want to have the except
function like such:

try:
# Do some code here
var = 1 # For example
except:
#Do nothing here

The only problem is if I leave a comment only in the except block, I
get an error back saying that the except block is not properly
formatted, since it has no content other than a comment.

So if anyone could suggest some code to put there as a placeholder
that would be wonderful.
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