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if a try block having 4 catch blocks, can fire exception to entire catch block ?
Posted 8-Oct-12 5:18am
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Kenneth Haugland at 8-Oct-12 10:26am
   
Yes, its called nested try catch blocks. You should find lots of examples by a search on google.
   
why not write a simple program and test it ? And BTW your question is not clear.. What do you mean by 'entire catch block' ?
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov at 8-Oct-12 17:33pm
   
Exceptions are thrown, not "fired". What is "entire" catch block? There is no such thing, and this is the key.
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Solution 1

try{
}
catch(ExceptionType1 ex1)
{
}
catch(ExceptionType2 ex2)
{
}
...
catch(Exception ex)
{
}
Given the above if none of the exception types match the the last exception handler will catch the exception.
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Solution 2

Yes. its possible.

try
{
    // Many types of exceptions can be thrown
}
catch (CustomException ce)
{
    ...
}
catch (AnotherCustomException ace)
{
    ...
}
catch (Exception ex)
{
    ...
}
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