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8. **Exception Handling:** Thonny can automatically catch and stop at exceptions, making it easier to identify and fix errors in your code.

Exception handling is a crucial aspect of programming, and Thonny, which is a Python integrated development environment (IDE), provides features to help with exception handling. When you run Python code in Thonny, it can automatically catch and stop at exceptions, which can be very helpful for identifying and fixing errors in your code. Here’s how Thonny’s exception handling works:

  1. Automatic Exception Detection: Thonny monitors your code as you run it. If an exception (error) occurs during the execution of your code, Thonny will detect it.
  2. Debugger Integration: Thonny has a built-in debugger that is tightly integrated with the IDE. When an exception is caught, the debugger will automatically pause the execution of your program at the point where the exception occurred.
  3. Inspect Variables: While in debug mode, you can inspect the values of variables and expressions in your code, helping you understand what went wrong.
  4. Step Through Code: Thonny allows you to step through your code line by line, which can be helpful in identifying the exact line where the exception occurred.
  5. Fixing Errors: With the debugger and variable inspection, you can identify the cause of the exception and make necessary code changes to fix the error.
  6. Continue Execution: Once you’ve fixed the error, you can continue the execution of your code from the point where it paused due to the exception.

Overall, Thonny’s exception handling features make it easier for Python developers, especially beginners, to identify, understand, and fix errors in their code. It provides a user-friendly interface for debugging, which can be a valuable tool in the development process.

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