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VS2010 does not show unhandled exception message in a WinForms Application on a 64-bit version of Windows
When I create a new project, I get a strange behavior for unhandled exceptions. This is how I can reproduce the problem: 1) create a new Windows Forms Application (C#, .NET Framework 4, VS2010) 2) a...
Ryan Davis’s Ruby QuickRef says (without explanation): Don’t rescue Exception. EVER. or I will stab you. Why not? What’s the right thing to do?
I play with multitreading for SwingWorker by using Executor, and I'm there by mistake identified wrong elements from the Vector, looks like as this code pretty ignores that element in Vector doesn't e...
I often see comments on other Stack Overflow questions about how the use of except: pass is discouraged. Why is this bad? Sometimes I just don't care what the errors, are and I want to just continue w...
Question: Is exception handling in Java actually slow? Conventional wisdom, as well as a lot of Google results, says that exceptional logic shouldn't be used for normal program flow in Java. Two re...
There are some posts that asks what the difference between those two are already. (why do I have to even mention this...) But my question is different in a way that I am calling "throw ex" in another...
What are the best practices to consider when catching exceptions and re-throwing them? I want to make sure that the Exception object's InnerException and stack trace are preserved. Is there a differen...
I just started trying out node.js a few days ago. I've realized that the Node is terminated whenever I have an unhandled exception in my program. This is different than the normal server container tha...
When you just want to do a try-except without handling the exception, how do you do it in Python? Is the following the right way to do it? try: shutil.rmtree(path) except: pass