ErrorNumber As Integer
Used to contain an error number that describes the runtime error.
Message As String
Used to contain descriptive text to display when the runtime exception is encountered.
Used to raise your own RuntimeException with a message and optional error code.
Stack As String()
Returns a String array that contains a list of all of the methods in the stack from the main entrypoint to the point at which the exception was invoked.
The stack contains all the method names up and including the current method name.
This feature only works if the IncludeFunctionNames property on the App object is selected in the Shared Build Settings.
In addition to your own method calls, you will also see framework method calls, but these may not always be completely accurate due to insufficient symbols for the OS to resolve.
StackFrames As StackFrame()
Returns an array containing the stack when the exception was first raised.
Whenever you inadvertently catch an ThreadEndException, you MUST re-raise it. Failing to do so will mess up the runtime environment and lead to unpredictable problems. See Exception statement for more information about its proper use.
An Exception block can catch a ThreadEndException when you use a catch-all exception statement, i.e. "Exception err as RuntimeException" instead of giving a more specific runtime exception class. In such a case, you MUST re-raise the exception to avoid messing up the runtime environment and create some unpredictable problems.
Exception err As RuntimeException // Will catch any exception without discrimination If err IsA EndException Or err IsA ThreadEndException Then Raise err // Re-raise the exception End If //Continue your code here
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