In cases like that, it is extremely hard to find out where the problem started. ¶ In some cases, you will be so unconcerned about these problems that you don't mind Copyright 1999-2016 by Refsnes Data. the e in catch (e)) holds the value specified by the throw statement. Your message has been sent to W3Schools. check over here
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On the other hand, if a program asks the user to enter a name and it gets back an empty string, that is something the programmer can not prevent. ¶ In When the variable counted reaches seven, there is no point in continuing to count, but just returning from the current call to count will not necessarily stop the counting, since there For example, the following line causes a runtime error because here the syntax is correct, but at runtime, it is trying to call a method that does not exist.