Fix Python – How to retry after exception?

I have a loop starting with for i in range(0, 100). Normally it runs correctly, but sometimes it fails due to network conditions. Currently I have it set so that on failure, it will continue in the except clause (continue on to the next number for i).
Is it possible for me to reassign the same number to i and run through the failed iteration of th….

Fix Python – How to avoid “RuntimeError: dictionary changed size during iteration” error?

I have checked all of the other questions with the same error yet found no helpful solution =/
I have a dictionary of lists:
d = {‘a’: [1], ‘b’: [1, 2], ‘c’: [], ‘d’:[]}

in which some of the values are empty. At the end of creating these lists, I want to remove these empty lists before returning my dictionary. Current I am attempting to do this a….

Fix Python – How to iterate over a list in chunks

I have a Python script which takes as input a list of integers, which I need to work with four integers at a time. Unfortunately, I don’t have control of the input, or I’d have it passed in as a list of four-element tuples. Currently, I’m iterating over it this way:
for i in range(0, len(ints), 4):
# dummy op for example code
foo += ints….