troubleshooting Question

Try{} Catch {} else?

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I have a try catch in my code:
try{
    //Try Something
}
catch (Exception $e) {
    echo "<h3>ERROR:</h3> {$e->getMessage()} (Error Code: {$e->getCode()})";
}

Is there a way to throw an else in there so that I can execute some code, if no errors were caught. Something like:
catch (Exception $e) {
    echo "<h3>ERROR:</h3> {$e->getMessage()} (Error Code: {$e->getCode()})";
} else {
    //There were no Errors, execute some success code.
}
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