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

By February 28, 2012

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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? Why your Delphi application does not crash like some .Net apps do, etc...

Read the full article to learn On Handling Exceptions in Delphi Exception Handling

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