Using $exception to inspect thrown exceptions

September 19th, 2008 by Xerxes Leave a reply »

You can use the reserved keyword $exception in the object inspector to get details of any caught exception.

I’d forgotten about this one. Found it when reading about other tricks for tracking down exceptions

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