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Hi experts, I have an question about Exception Handling please help.

I know that we use Try structure in vb.net to catch any error.
Try
....
...
Catch e as excetion
...
...
Finally
...
...

The question is that: The Finally block will always execute, right? but when I use try in try (nested try) only the last finally block will execute. So how can I make rest of finally block execute all?

Thank you.
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This is a tested solution try this

nested try/finally statement

    static void Main()
        while (true)
            try
                try
                    Console.WriteLine("Before break");
                    break;
                end try
                finally
                    Console.WriteLine("Innermost finally block");
                end finally
          end try
            finally
                Console.WriteLine("Outermost finally block");
           end finally
       
        Console.WriteLine("After break");
   

Output is as follows

    Before break
    Innermost finally block
    Outermost finally block
    After break
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