Basically try-catch gives you the ability to handle errors outside a class or method scope, by the calling instance. This comes in handy, if you are programming in an object orientated way and thus enables you to seperate error handling from the rest of your functionality. Means, your methods do only the things, they are meant to do, without bothering to handling occuring errors.
Hope, that made things clearer.

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Lamp Lists wrote:

 hi to all!

actually, the statement in the Subject line is not 100% correct. I understand 
the purpose and how it works (at least I think I understand :-)) but to me it's 
so complicated way?

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