Using Exceptions to Provide Better Feedback

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Using Exceptions to Provide Better Feedback

Within this article, we will be taking a closer inspection of exceptions, as requested by the lovely Haris.
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  • Submitted on: 2008-03-16 07:46:08

  • Submitted By: Devesh Khanna

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Within this article, we'll be taking a closer inspection of exceptions, as requested by the lovely Haris. This will be a basic exceptions article and so I won't be going over how to extend onto the exceptions class to model your own - otherwise we'll get too far ahead of ourselves. Exceptions tend to be used where we have no jurisdiction over the source, and when we wish to return a more informative message to the front-end.    More detail...

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