> What would be nice is a way to define in Python a kind of exception
> that is not caught by bare "except:" statements but only by "except
> SpecificClass:" statements.  Not quite an uncatchable exception, but
> one that is caught only by except statements that name it.

I'm skeptical about this one.  Can you explain the use case?

You can probably fake this to a large extent by using "except
Exception:" instead of "except:" everywhere; then you can raise an
exception that does not inherit from Exception.

--Guido van Rossum (home page: http://www.python.org/~guido/)

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