Monday, September 23, 2013

Daily .Net Tips : CorruptedStateExceptions in .NET, a way to handle

It is already a well known fact that while running the MSIL , the CLR (runtime) can generate an Exception object automatically because of some unknown problem it faced while executing the code. These exceptions could be an User mode Exceptions which could have been rose by some bad application code or can also be a Structured Exception such as Divide by Zero, Invalid Cast exception etc. Whatever the type of Exception be, you can write a Try/Catch block to handle the exception. For instance :


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