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Pro C# 2010 and the .NET 4 Platform, Fifth Edition by Andrew Troelsen

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7.11. A Brief Word Regarding Corrupted State Exceptions (CSE)

To wrap up our examination of C#'s structured exception handling support, allow me to mention a brand-new .NET 4.0 namespace called System.Runtime.ExceptionServices (which is a member of the mscorlib.dll assembly). This namespace is quite small, defining only two class types that can be used if you wish to equip various methods within your application (such as the Main() method) with the ability to intercept and process "corrupted state exceptions," otherwise known as CSEs.

As you learned back in Chapter 1, the .NET platform sits on top of the hosting operating system (such as Microsoft Windows). Now, based on your background in Windows programming, you may recall that the low-level ...

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