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Posted on 2016-09-17
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Hi,

When we use return in catch statement. I never used return in catch statement myself but saw a code like that. Wondering why we use return in catch block after some system out statement giving user instructing t enter proper values? please advise
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You've asked a very similar question to this one before. You would use a return statement in a catch block if you want to return from your method at that point in your code, same as using a return statement in any other block. There's really not much more to it than that.
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