The simplicity of this statement is that you are trying to do something and figure out what went wrong.

try {

// Try to do something


catch {

// What went wrong?


The part not listed is the finally clause, which sometimes I think should be called “Again” as in – try again, don’t give up – don’t stop.

It’s like the teacher saying “Again.  Again. Again” – until you have it right.

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