C# Programming videos | C# Part 14 - Exceptions and Error Handling

Posted by Andrew Gould on 26 October 2015

Exceptions occur when something goes wrong when your code is running. If you don't write code to handle these exceptions your program crashes and users become angry and/or upset! This video teaches you the basics of handling exceptions in Visual C# using Try Catch statements. It shows how to test for different exception types, how to write multiple Catch blocks to handle specific types of exception and how to use a Finally statement at the end of a Try Catch block.

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