Long try blocks can cause risk in code
For one “try” block, count the number of line of code between the “try” keyword and the first “except” keyword.
Example : in the following code, the “try” size is 4 lines:
try: # Yooo ordering = related_admin.get_ordering(request) # following line is empty # back to code if toto : print("toto") return except toto: titi()
Why you should care
The larger the body of the try, the more likely that an exception will be raised by a line of code that you didn’t expect to raise an exception. In those cases, the try/except block hides a real error
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