I want to make a try/except to ensure that the inputted value is a float variable. However i want to make an exception if the inputted value is 'g' then i want to redefine the variable to '9.8' instead of telling me that it must be a number. Below is my try but there seems to be a problem with it.
PS ignore my mistake of printing "must be an integer"
Your example won't work because if
ValueError actually occured, the variable
a doesn't exist. Python interpreter tried to create variable
a but it could not be done so it raised an error. Therefore you cannot use
a inside the
You should first save
input("A:") to a variable and test if it's value is
"g". If it is, you set it to "9.8". Next step would be to transform this variable to a float.
All this should be done inside the