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VB.net break on error line - bypass error handling


In VB.net how do I break on the line causing the error and bypass my error handling code?

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Murray Brown

8/22/2022 - Mon

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Rose Babu

you can place a try catch block and leave the catch block empty or do some logging.

' step 1

	' Step 2
	' Your error line goes here

Catch ex As Exception

	' Step 3 - if exception occured        

End Try

' Step 4

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So, the flow will be processed as you need. Try like this.
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