English is my first language and I didn't get it. That or my memory had a stack-overflow problem so I forgot what you meant. I think my memory is on RAM that doesn't get refreshed too often, I forget what I'm
I'm sure there are lots, however, the one that is currently getting on my nerves is "File not found" being thrown by one of my Python scripts when I try to import a library, despite the fact I damn well know it's installed and working. Python seems very flakey when it comes to libraries, particularly on Windows. One day it works the next it doesn't.
You should expect exceptions whenever you do something which your code can't guarantee to be successful. And you should write code to catch and handle the problems you expect. Whenever an exception lands in a general exception handler, it obviously was not expected and not really handled, just reported.
But I agree, if that's all a program has to say about an error, then the error handling is a little thin.
That was about the only error reporting you seemed to get with Microsoft C in the DOS days.
Ot at least, the only reporting I can remember. (I couldn't find an image of the DOS screen, where it was that and an "OK" and "Cancel" button, both of which did the same thing: crash.)
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Hahahaha...Reminds me of a COBOL program I wrote in high school. I tried to write a COBOL without the temporary storage. I tried to go from the input field directly to the output field. My one (or two) page program generated 200 pages of error messages.
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