If a .NET exception goes unhandled, the process crashes with an unpleasant dialog presented to the user by Windows. Unpleasantness aside, the user may lose data as a result of the crash.
WPF provides a way to catch unhandled exceptions and perhaps handle them in some meaningful way. At the very least, the application may present a friendlier looking crash report and perhaps write the exception information to some log. At best, the application may recover from the error and continue running normally. Let's see how this can be done.
Make sure Visual Studio is up and running.
We'll create a simple application that throws an unhandled exception and see how we can catch it even if it's unhandled: ...