try...catch block. This allows the developer to identify the actual Visual C++ exception that was thrown.
While debugging an application with Microsoft Visual Studio, you can halt the program immediately when this exception occurs, before any handler code is invoked. This gives you a chance to view the offending statement and fix the exception yourself by modifying the variable contents, thereby avoiding an unwind. To set how the debugger handles this exception, follow these steps:
- Start debugging your application.
- From the Debug menu, click Exceptions.
- Within the Exceptions dialog box, select error 0xE06D7363.
- Change the value of Action from Stop if not handled to Stop always.
Article ID: 185294 - Last Review: Mar 16, 2005 - Revision: 1