How can I output details of any Unhandled Exceptions that are encountered to my log file?

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How can I output details of any Unhandled Exceptions that are encountered to my log file?
I assume this can be done via one block of code in my application.

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käµfm³d 👽Commented:
Ordinarily it would depend on your application. It's often better to catch all of your exceptions in one layer so you can take appropriate actions. For example, our applications have a "user" layer and then a core layer. Our core handles catching all of the exceptions that occur so that we can log appropriately. If you don't have your project set up in an n-tier fashion, then you might try using the UnhandledExceptionEvent for this purpose.

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LeighWardleAuthor Commented:
Thanks, kaufmed.
The link helped find a very useful example here:

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