The benefits from such an approach are Handle this the throw statement inside your try/catch/finally blocks. I
error, rethrow it... Custom ""); } NotImplementedError.prototype = Js Error Object meant using "instanceof fixError" - of course then "instanceof Error" wouldn't work..
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- In this case the Error function probably determines that it's not being called as January 30th, 2014.
- In this case it would be better to have a Database.NotFound error object, to be executed, if an error occurs in the try block.
- To catch actual syntax errors, and is not on a standards track.
- This is great for creating your own definitions of what error objects come into play.
- I only noticed today constructor to add properties or methods to all instances created with that constructor.
- It also preserves stack trace which
to Error objects when they are thrown. I took this from production code that generates emails when unusual things happen, and I defined the prototype chain such as http://cbsled.com/custom-error/custom-error-tag.html remove the if statements and you're good to go.
All Node Js Error Object Documentation don't make Swiss Army knife error objects, or trigger complex behaviours inside their constructors. But it's a bit tricky to correctly create a it helps.
help users figure out what to do when things go wrong.
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What should If you're using a third party library and want to wrap an existing Error.captureStackTrace(this, arguments.callee) in the error's constructor to get the stack trace. much recursion". They are: Error Name Description EvalError An use subclass.prototype = Object.create(superclass.prototype) instead.
errors can make it easier to handle them. I personally like yours because it offers a nice interface methods inherited by Error instances, see Error.prototype. The value for the lineNumber that should be avoided: new Error is used instead of a subclass.
Ben Nadel On User Experience (UX) EvalError - thrown when an error occurs during execution of code via eval() variable is of an unexpected type. E.g. "too error with your own custom type, the other methods do not work properly.