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The Visual Studio .NET Combined Help Collection, including Introduction to Web Forms State Management and Web Forms Page Processing .
Onion, Fritz. Essential ASP.NET . Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley, 2002.
Watch the Visual Studio .NET Seminars at www.msdn.com/seminar/mmcfeed/mmcdisplayfeed.asp?Lang=en&Product=103328&Audience=100402.
Read the How-To articles on Web Development at www.msdn.com/howto/webdev.asp#asp.
Visit ASP.NET Forums at www.asp.net/forums.
Download the ViewState Decoder utility from www.develop.com/devresources/resourcedetail.aspx?type=t&id=827.
Review the ASP.NET state management articles at http://support.microsoft.com/common/canned.aspx?Sz=kbstate.
Review the ASP.NET How-To articles at http://support.microsoft.com/common/canned.aspx?LL=kbaspnetSearch&Sz=kbhowtomaster.
Chapter 5. Error Handling for the
An exception occurs when a program encounters any unexpected problem, such as running out of memory or attempting to read from a file that no longer exists.
The Common Language Runtime (CLR) views an exception as any object that encapsulates any information about the problems that occurred during program execution. The FCL provides two categories of exceptions:
Both of these exception classes derive from the base Exception class. Table 5.1 lists the important properties of all three of these classes.
Table 5.1. Important Properties of the Exception Class