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C# C# Objects Inheritance Exception Messages

What is the real importance of Exceptions messages?

I know I got the instructor but... for example if I write some exceptions in my program, exceptions usually breaks your program, they stop when a condition is caught. In a real life program for a company, exceptions will break your program or they will make your program useless or they can freeze it, and you would have to reset the program to work properly.

1 Answer

It’s common use to use the keyword continue after the exeception has been caught which will get u back to the start.