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Lesson 35 : Errors Handling


Error handling is an essential procedure  in Visual Basic programming because it can help make the program error-free. An error-free program can run smoothly and efficiently, and the user does not have to face all sorts of problems such as program crash or system hang.

Errors often occur due to incorrect input from the user. For example, the user might make the mistake of attempting to ask the computer to divide a number by zero which will definitely cause a system error. Another example is the user might enter a text (string) to a box that is designed to handle only numeric values such as the weight of a person, the computer will not be able to perform an arithmetic calculation for text, therefore will create an error. These errors are known as synchronous errors.

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