Errors happen, and they are not always caused by the person who coded the application. Sometimes your application generates an error because of an action that was initiated by the end user of the application, or it might be simply due to the environmental context in which your code is running. In any case, you should anticipate errors occurring in your applications and code accordingly.
.NET has enhanced the ways in which you deal with errors. C#’s mechanism for handling error conditions enables you to provide custom handling for each type of error condition, as well as to separate the code that identifies errors from the code that handles them.
No matter how good your coding is, your programs should be capable of handling any possible errors that might occur. For example, in the middle of some complex processing of ...