The "catch" with try...catch


In some of my recent work on a much-needed update to JavaScript Debug, I noticed a few “interesting quirks” with try…catch in Internet Explorer 6-8, so I decided to write an article with my observations.

As a change of pace, I decided to post this article to the Bocoup weblog. It’s actually my first article over there, so you should give it a read, and let me know what you think!

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In related news, progress on JavaScript Debug has been moving steadily forward, and I hope to have a new version out within a few weeks (which probably means a few months, given my current workload). Either way, stay tuned, because good things are in the works!

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