In this article, we will discuss the exception types and exception handling in C# using try, catch, and finally blocks.
Exception Handling in C# is a process to handle runtime errors. The.NET framework provides a number of built-in classes for dealing with common exceptions that can result in program termination.
What is an Exception in C#?
An exception is a runtime error that interrupts the normal flow of a program. In other words, an exception is an abnormal condition that causes a running program to terminate. If the exception is not handled, the application may crash.
Exception Classes in C#
There are many exception classes available in C#, such as: