C# Basics – Exception Handling Statements – Part 9

We take a look at exception handling statements in C# programming language.


Andraz Krzisnik
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Exception Handling Statements

Sometimes, there comes a situation that where our code might crash. We can handle these kind of situations with exception handling statements. By putting our code into these statements we can test if our code works. And in any case that our code would contain an error, we could execute a block of our own code instead.

We’ll take a look at try… catch… blocks.

So basically if something goes wrong in try block, code in catch block gets executed.

try
{
    //code with error
}
catch
{
    //code executed when error is found in try{...}
}
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