Python pass statement (Python 3)

Python pass statement

Python has a special keyword called pass. The Python pass keyword tells Python to do nothing at all. In other words: just pass this line of code and continue. If you are used to programming in C-like languages, you probably never needed such a statement.

Here's an example of how to use Python's pass statement in a stub function. I also threw in a little extra for bonus points: using pass to ignore an exception.

To read more about pass, head over to my article on Python's pass statement in the Python tutorial.

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