How to use c# exception

Using exceptions in C# is a common practice for handling errors and exceptional situations in your code. Here's a basic guide on how to use exceptions in C#:

  1. Throwing Exceptions: You can throw exceptions using the throw keyword. Typically, you throw an exception when something unexpected or erroneous occurs in your code. For example:


    if (someConditionIsMet)
        throw new Exception("An error occurred!");

    Custom Exceptions: It's often beneficial to define custom exception types for specific error scenarios in your application. You can create custom exceptions by deriving from Exception or one of its subclasses. For example:

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