|Execute statements and catch resulting errors|
|Capture error information|
It is a good programming practice to include error checking in your programs to ensure reliable operation under all conditions. You can decide how your programs respond to different types of errors.
When a program throws an exception, information about what caused the error is
captured in an
MException object. If you catch the exception
before your program aborts, you can access the information. You can also create
MException objects that you use to throw exceptions in
Detect conditions that keep your program from completing as expected or generate erroneous results, and then halt execution and throw an exception that reports the error.
To handle an exception appropriately for a particular condition, capture
information about the exception with a
and then execute code to deal with the situation.