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On Error Don't Resume Next

Often you want to do some error handling in an ASP page. The only way to do this in VBScript has traditionally been by using On Error Resume Next, which leaves quite a bit to be desired in terms of error handling, but there is one little known feature that makes it a little more bearable.

Most people think that once you turn on On Error Resume Next, you're stuck with it, but that's actually not the case. You can tell the script to resume breaking on errors by using the command On Error Goto 0.

While it's still not a great error handling system, this makes it a little easier to live with if you're stuck using it.


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