From Java I know that the signatures of methods that can throw exceptions contain a throws block, that contains the Exception(s) that might be thrown. In C# there is no such thing and it is also not ...
Uncle Bob says in Clean Code book that Unchecked Exceptions should be used. Now JDK has some checked exceptions: IOException, IllegalAccessException etc. which cannot be avoided. In my application ...
I am working on a fairly complex .NET application that interacts with another application. Many single-line statements are possible culprits for throwing an Exception and there is often nothing I can ...
I think the two main problems with my programs are my code structure/organization and my error handling. I'm reading Code Complete 2, but I need something to read for working with potential problems. ...