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Catching an Exception

stancrm asked:

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Hello. This is my problem:
try<br />{<br />  Application.Run(new Form1());<br />}<br />catch(Exception ex)<br />{<br />  MessageBox.Show(ex.Message);<br />}

In Debug-Mode (F5), if exception is thrown, then it goes to catch block.
In Release-Mode (Ctlr-F5), if exception is thrown, then it shows "unexpected exception" from windows. Catch block is not called.

How can I catch unexpected exception in Release-Mode ?

Tags: C#


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