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C# C# Objects Inheritance Throwing Exceptions

Having Trouble Following The Video...

Could someone please provide some kind of external links or resources to better explain with this man is talking about the video for this link?: https://teamtreehouse.com/library/c-objects/inheritance/throwing-exceptions, or maybe explain it yourself to me, if you can? - Thank you - I'm just having trouble following what the man is saying, because he's talking WAY too fast...

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
216,136 Points

:point_right: Remember that you can control the speed of the video.

If you click on the control that looks like a gauge, between the one with the "10" in a circle (rewind) and the "CC" in a box (captions)), you can move the bar up and down to make the video play slower or faster, with the sound processed to keep the same pitch.

Also, here's some related material from the MSDN (official reference) pages: