An assertion error is an error in a Python code that is not a valid Python statement. An assertion error can occur in a Python program such as an if or else statement, or in a Python function such as a function that returns a boolean.
This is a really cool new feature that you can use to debug bugs in Python programs. A Python program can run without errors in the debugger, but you can do things like print statements and get a meaningful error message. If the assertion error you get tells you that something is wrong with the Python code, you can fix it. The assertion error example I just shared with you is just a simple test case that you can use.
assertionerror is a function that’s used to debug Python code. In order to use this function you’ll need to import the assert module. You can also see a full list of assertions and how to use them on the assert page on the Python documentation.
The assertion error that I mentioned before is actually a pretty powerful debugging tool. If you get a assertion error like the one I showed you the first line of this post, then you can go to the Python documentation, check the assertion error, and see what you did wrong. You can put what you were trying to do in a print statement, and the assert will help you see what the error is. Or you can get it to print a meaningful message that you can use to fix your code.
Now, if you get a assertion error like the one shown in the screenshot above, then you can actually fix the error using it.
Like I said, the assertion error is one of the errors that can occur when a Python script is being run by an application, and this is one of them. So let’s see if we can get it to print a message to fix the problem.
This may not make a lot of sense, but I can’t quite make sense of it myself. I’m not really sure what the message should be. If it is a meaningful message, then we can easily fix the error by changing one statement. If the assertion error is actually the problem, then we can go ahead and go ahead and change one of the statements to fix the error.
So lets see what assertionError.py does. The script itself is written in Python and runs on a Raspberry Pi. It’s a simple script to handle all kinds of assertions. One of the “assert” statements checks something that is actually a boolean and returns a “True” or “False.
Assertions are a very common part of python scripts. These are statements that check something and if the result is True return a true. The assertionError.py script does just that. And it returns an error message if something wrong is found.