You perform exception handling writing a
Try..Catch..Finally code block. The logic is that you say to the compiler: “Try to execute the code; if you encounter an exception, take the specified actions; whenever the code execution succeeds or it fails due to an exception, execute the final code.” The most basic code for controlling the execution flow regarding exceptions is the following:
IntelliSense does a great job here. When you type the
Try keyword and then press Enter, it automatically adds the
Catch statement and the
End Try terminator. The
ex variable gets the instance of the
System.Exception that is caught and that provides ...