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How do you handle exceptions in Python?
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In Python, exceptions are handled using a try-except block. The code that might raise an exception is placed inside the try block, and the code to handle the exception is placed inside the except block. If an exception occurs in the try block, Python looks for a matching except block. If a matching except block is found, the code inside it is executed, and then the program continues to run. If no matching except block is found, the exception is propagated up the call stack. This allows for graceful handling of errors and prevents the program from crashing.

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