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RE: [Python Tips] How to read a traceback

in #pythontips2 years ago

That’s the part of programming I really do not like. Why can’t codes just work? :)

I was wondering why you started at the top, but then you answered the question.

 2 years ago 

I was thinking it would have more impact that way.

Half of the time when I see errors like this I give up. Because usually I get errors due to using libraries incorrectly or without proper understanding.

This right here.
9/10 when libraries are not maintained, little to no documentation, or updates are done and not communicated you will always get errors in the code.
I think that is why most developers prefer doing everything from scratch.