Throwing exceptions in expressions in C# 7.0

C# 7.0 makes it possible to throw exceptions with ternary and null-coalescing operators.

Here’s an example where we throw an exception if the divisor is 0:

private double Divide(double what, double withWhat)
{
	return withWhat != 0 ? what / withWhat : throw new ArgumentException("nono");
}

Read more of this post

Advertisements
ultimatemindsettoday

A great WordPress.com site

Elliot Balynn's Blog

A directory of wonderful thoughts

Softwarearchitektur in der Praxis

Wissenswertes zu Webentwicklung, Domain-Driven Design und Microservices

Technology Talks

on Microsoft technologies, Web, Android and others

Software Engineering

Web development

Disparate Opinions

Various tidbits

chsakell's Blog

WEB APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT TUTORIALS WITH OPEN-SOURCE PROJECTS

Guru N Guns's

OneSolution To dOTnET.

Johnny Zraiby

Measuring programming progress by lines of code is like measuring aircraft building progress by weight.

%d bloggers like this: