Sunday, April 14, 2013

What is exactly structured Error Handling (SEH).

Unlike the statement like "OnError GO NEXT" in older language like VB, Structured Exception Handing is an approach in which exception handling logic has well defined scope with nesting support and exceptions are strongly typed

Language like C#  provide support of  structured error handling though TRY-CATCH-FINALLY statements and strongly typed object model for exceptions.

See Also 

What is Vectored Exception Handling?
Vectored exception handlers are an extension to structured exception handling. An application can register a function to watch or handle all exceptions for the application. Frameworks like ASP.Net provides global exception handlers that helps to achieve same purpose.


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