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c# – Why does Try-Catch require curly braces – Stack Overflow

The Wiert Corner – From my SO Question Archive: Just curious: Why is the syntax for try catch in C# (Java also?) hard coded for multiple statements? Why doesn’t the language allow: int i; string s = DateTime.Now.Seconds % 2 == 1 ? "1" : "not 1"; try i = int.Parse(s); catch i = 0; The example is for trivial purposes only. I know there’s int.TryParse. [WayBack] c# – Why does Try-Catch require curly braces – Stack Overflow. I asked this question partially because of my Delphi background where there are two try statements (one for finally and one for except a.k.a. catch) neither having ...
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