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Please provide an example of where this situation occurs. If I didn't know you better, perrin, I would say that your statement is one of an ex-Java programmer waving his hands cause the try-catch syntax in Error reminds him of dark days in the past. :-)

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In reply to Re2: Learning how to use the Error module by example by dragonchild
in thread Learning how to use the Error module by example by cleverett

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