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How To And What Happens When You Handle (Or Not) Exceptions In Your Delphi Code

About Delphi Programming – in Delphi Exceptions :: This is the first (or maybe second) article in a series I've devoted to exceptions and handling them. An exception is a special conditions in your code requiring special handling. I've kind of introduced the series by a poll question Reraising Exceptions in Delphi - How to Properly. Some 10% of those who voted said they do not know about reraising exceptions (or never use), some 15% answered wrongly (maybe the question was confusing) and others (75%) knew the answer. For the starters: what's an error in an application? What's an exception? How to trap exceptions? ...
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