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Re: [pygame] pythonpoint pre^10-alpha 2 available
On Thu, Jun 21, 2001 at 10:40:33AM +0300, Jan Ekholm wrote:
> >the options here are:
> >let toggle_fullscreen() fail silently like it currently does
> >(not to good really)
> Maybe return a value? 1 if ok, 0 if failed.
Error codes are a Bad Thing. Exceptions are better suited.
> >have toggle_fullscreen() raise an exception on failure
> >(better, at least)
> That would mean all calls need to be wrapped in try-excepts in order to
> avoid a nice trace...
That's how Python works. It's no worse visually than
if toggle_fullscreen() == 0:
and it makes more logical sense. (ie, 'Try to toggle fullscreen, if there's an
exception print "eek"', instead of 'if the return value of toggle_fullscreen
is 0, which means error, print "eek"'.)
Chris Armstrong firstname.lastname@example.org
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