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How assertive should I be in handling exceptions in objects?
I have been writing in C# 4.0 a lot lately and trying to write as lean as possible. As such, I have not been using the classic try/catch blocks and using statements as often. I understand the general ...
Dec 13 '11 at 19:07
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