You’ve probably used a variety of print statements to try to find errors in your code. A better way of doing this is by using Python’s built-in debugger module (pdb). The pdb module implements an interactive debugging environment for Python programs. It includes features to let you pause your program, look at the values of variables, and watch program execution step-by-step, so you can understand what your program actually does and find bugs in the logic.
Run below example code and observer that program stops at break point where “pdb.set_trace()” is writter, you can watch value of all variable like x,y,z after that point.
x = [1,3,4]
y = 2
z = 3
result = y + z
# Set a trace using Python Debugger
result2 = y+x
Now we could check what the various variables were and check for errors. You can use ‘q’ to quit the debugger. For more information on general debugging techniques and more methods, check out the official documentation: https://docs.python.org/2/library/pdb.html