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Language: Visual Basic, C++
Expertise: Advanced
Oct 15, 2002

Continue After Hitting an Error


If you use VB6 to write COM programs that raise errors, it seems impossible to continue after hitting one of them. However, the (almost undocumented) commands ALT+F8 and ALT+F5 let you step and run past an error, respectively, into the error-handling code or—more importantly—into the code that called the procedure where the error occurred (such as a C++ client). This can be a real lifesaver if you
Michael Nyman
 
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