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Developer on the Language Interoperability Team at InterSystems.

Member since Nov 7, 2015

I am a huge fan of try/catch. The try is virtually cost-free with overhead only encountered when an exception is caught. I do agree with Jon Willeke - when I am in older code I normally do not refactor $ZTRAP unless the changes I have to make are more than a simple edit. I also use RETURN when exiting a function/method instead of QUIT.

It is possible to simluate a finally but it isn't as nice as having a real finally block would be.

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