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I would raise an exception.  I first think to take a core exception that seems related and during the raise give it a meaniful message for the context I am in.  This procedure first requires selecting the core exception, of which I would probably select something like Index Error.  The tutorial discusses exceptions and says there is a list of standard exceptions in Library Reference?  I cannot find that list.  Where is the list?  Please advise.
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