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Wednesday, March 7th 2012, 6:50pm

dBASE Exception Handling

In diesem Artikel wird beschrieben, wie man das Exception Handling in dBASE effektiv
einsetzen kann um Fehler in der Programmierung aufzuspüren und abzufangen.
Das Exception Handling ermöglicht es auch Probleme abzufangen, auf die der
Entwickler keinen Einfluss hat (wie z. B. nicht vorhandene oder gelöschte Ordner u.v.m.)
und die sich erst zur Laufzeit der Applikation herausstellen.

Der Artikel wurde vom dBASE Guru Ken Chan geschrieben. Der Text ist leider nur
in Englisch verfügbar.


This article is an excerpt from Exploiting the Power of the Visual dBASE 7 Language, presented at the
1998 Borland Developers Conference in Denver, Colorado.

An exception is an interruption in the normal flow of your code. Errors are the main kind of exception that
you will encounter, but there are others, as you will see later. The idea behind exception handling is to
provide a structured, localized, and flexible way of dealing with exceptions; not just things that you hope
never happen (like errors), but also to deal with situations that are likely to happen, and even to use
exceptions to your advantage to control the execution of your code.
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