Structured Exception Handling in Visual Basic
Structured exception handling is a control structure that contains exceptions, isolated blocks of code, and filters to create an exception-handling mechanism. With structured exception handling, your code can differentiate between different types of errors and react accordingly.
In This Section
Exception Handling Tasks
Lists common exception-handling tasks, such as how to catch an exception and how to filter exceptions in a Catch block.
Structured Exception Handling Overview for Visual Basic
Provides an overview of the advantages and structures of structured exception handling.
Walkthrough: Structured Exception Handling
Provides a walkthrough of creating a simple application and inserting exception-handling code.
Troubleshooting Exception Handling
Lists errors commonly encountered when using structured exception handling and describes how to correct them.
Throw Statement (Visual Basic)
Describes the Throw statement and demonstrates how to use it to throw an exception.
Try...Catch...Finally Statement (Visual Basic)
Describes Try…Catch…Finally statements and demonstrates how to use them to test code blocks.
Choosing When to Use Structured and Unstructured Exception Handling
Describes the advantages of structured and unstructured exception handling.
Unstructured Exception Handling Overview
Describes unstructured exception handling and demonstrates how to use it.