I have searched the forums and could not find a direct answer to my question, it's probably too simple and i'm over looking something.
It's my first day with Python, I'm in the process of developing a program that converts a given float integer into a variety of different things.
a raw_input asks the user to enter a positive number.
When the user enters a letter, negative number, or a #/0, you get a syntax error.
I'm looking to make it tell the user that the value entered is not a proper number and to try again, instead of getting a syntax error.
How do I go about doing so?