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C# C# Objects Inheritance Throwing Exceptions

I wonder if I have missed a step: Catching Exceptions

In the video, the teacher mentioned "We've already learned how to catch exceptions" at the time stamp 2:14. I do not remember anything about catching exceptions in the previous videos. Is there a video I missed? Is the teacher referring to the if statement in the constructor (which I do not think is catching an Exception, please correct me if i am wrong)? Also the try and catch statements have not been clearly explained in this video, which makes me think I have in fact missed a video, but I cannot seem to find it. Can someone please let me know what the teacher is referring to here, or at-least explain the try and catch statements.

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
216,175 Points

Perhaps the videos weren't filmed in order. Six steps further on there is a video on Catching Exceptions.

You may want to report this to Support, it might get you a "special Exterminator badge". :beetle:

Thanks man, I'll give that a shot.