Warning: non-fatal alert, usually indicating potential issues with code, python


A non-fatal alert is a warning message issued by Python when there is an issue with code, usually indicating potential issues.

Reason of Error

Non-fatal alerts are usually triggered when code contains a syntax or runtime error. These errors can occur due to incorrect coding or incorrect data types.

Example Code

For example, if a code attempts to divide a string by an integer, it will trigger a non-fatal alert.
a = 'string'
b = 2
c = a / b

Solution to Solve Issue

To resolve the issue, the code must be modified to use compatible data types. The example above could be modified to the following:
a = '2'
b = 2
c = int(a) / b