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try


A try block identifies a block of code for which particular exceptions will be activated. It's followed by one or more catch blocks.Associates one or more exception handlers (catch-clauses) with a compound statement.

Syntax:
try
{
statement;
}


Example:

#include 
int main() {
   try {
       // do something (might throw an exception)
   }
 
   catch (...) {
        // catches all exceptions, not already caught by a catch block before
        // can be used to catch exception of unknown or irrelevant type
   }
}


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