There is no built-in function in Python that lets you handle or ignore an exception, so it's not possible to handle all exceptions in a list comprehension because a list comprehension contains one or more expressions; only statements can catch/ignore/handle exceptions.
Delegating the evaluation of the exception-prone sub-expressions to a function, is one feasible workaround; others are checks on values that might raise exceptions.
The way we can handle this issue is using the following code.
foo = (5,7,1,0,9) def bar(self): try: return [1/i for i in foo] except ZeroDivisionError as e: print e bar(foo)
integer division or modulo by zero Process finished with exit code 0