Powershell: error handling with try and catch

Anyone know any good resources for error handling in powershell with try, catch, finally ect.  I cant find any Good detailed resources on the subject.  Im pretty sure there are some.

My usual resources are :
hey scripting guy
PluralSight-Training.Net
Don Jones PowerShell (In a month of Sundays)
Powershell in Action

non that i can find go into detail enough to use.
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Qlemo"Batchelor", Developer and EE Topic AdvisorCommented:
Note regarding the second link: PowerShell 2.0 already has try/catch/finally built-in. trap is hence out-dated, though still useful in some cases.

Additional, up-to-date info is contained in the free eBook Effective Windows PowerShell, p.46ff.

Trap and Error Handling in general is covered again in Mastering PowerShell, Chapter 11 (resp. http://powershell.com/Mastering-PowerShell.pdf, p.326ff).
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resolver1Author Commented:
Some great free resources. i partilarly like the Mastering PowerShell section on powershell. I use that website but wasnt aware of the free booklet.

Thanks
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Brent ChallisPrincipal: ITCommented:
if you have installed PowerShell_ISE there is help available that has a section:
about_Try_Catch_Finally, or online at
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh847793.aspx

Which is useful as well.
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resolver1Author Commented:
Thanks for taking the time to post :-)

I'm not a big fan of microsoft documenation/training on their own products but hey its another resource.
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