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Book wanted


Im looking for a book that discuss various strategies
and their advantages / disadvantages, concerning exception and other types of error handling. 

Have you read a book (o a blog) on this subject that you could recommend, then please do so :)
uncle lavender Send private email
Thursday, October 12, 2006
Two part podcast which you can listen to which gives some pretty good background

Also a paper discussed in the first podcast can be found here

This information should give you a reasonable foundation to go forward with though I would recommend re-reading the paper again in a month or so.

All the best
Thursday, October 12, 2006
A presentation that i gave at WinDev some time ago covers this subject in some detail. It's .NET specific, but all of the principles discussed could be applied to most environments. It's the WF9 PowerPoint presentation on this page:

In my .NET debugging book published by Apress, the exception management chapter is the biggest one in the book. It covers both strategy and implementation issues:
Mark Pearce Send private email
Thursday, October 12, 2006
Thanks alot guys!

I´ll dig into it during the weekend (if I can avoid the dishes and such :)

Thanks again!
uncle lavender Send private email
Friday, October 13, 2006

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