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    • Daniel Quinn's avatar
      Use `str()` instead of `.message` for exception · 23405f73
      Daniel Quinn authored
      In a case where a `KeyError` is raised, the exception is caught, but then it tried to reference `ex.message`, which doesn't exist for KeyErrors in modern versions of Python.  Using `str(ex)` should deliver the same result.
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