Overflow Exception Handling Using Checked And Unchecked

As a C# programmer you always should be always aware of right output of arithmetic operation. Your code might be right, there is no runtime exception still your output may be wrong and it may cause important problem in your project. To understand this theory, see below programming example first. Example: using System; using System.Collections.Generic; using System.Linq; using System.Text; […]

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User Defined Exception Class In C#

In the previous chapter we have learned about try catch and finally keyword these are the basic building block of exception handling. In this chapter we will learn a new keyword “throw” in exception handling. This keyword is used for creating custom exception class or creating user defined exception class in C#. While creating custom exception […]

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Try Catch Finally In C#

Try Catch Finally is the  building block of exception handling in c#. ‘Try’ block keeps the code which may through exception at runtime. The ‘catch’ block handle the exception if try block rais error and ‘finally’ block executes always exception is raised or not. A try block may have multiple catch blocks. Example: using System; using System.Collections.Generic; […]

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Exception Handling In C# With Programming Examples

Before starting to learn about Exception handling, it is required to know what actually Exception is and why it is required to learn exception handling. Exception means for programming error which appears at runtime. For example you have create a program in which user inputs two numbers and program divide the number and show output. Now consider what happen […]

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