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[gus@gusmac gus]$ cat tmp/exception.rb
#! /usr/bin/ruby

begin
   rand > 0.5 and raise "Hi from Murphy!"
   10.times do |i|
     begin
       i%2 == 0 and raise "Yack, #{i} is even"
     rescue => e
       puts("In loop exception: #{e.message}")
     end
   end
rescue => e
   puts("Setup failed: #{e.message}")
end
[gus@gusmac gus]$ ruby tmp/exception.rb
Setup failed: Hi from Murphy!
[gus@gusmac gus]$ ruby tmp/exception.rb
In loop exception: Yack, 0 is even
In loop exception: Yack, 2 is even
In loop exception: Yack, 4 is even
In loop exception: Yack, 6 is even
In loop exception: Yack, 8 is even

Guillaume.

Le 18 mai 06, ? 11:24, Joe Seeley a ?crit :

> Can anyone tell me if Ruby supports nested exceptions correctly? I have
> tried finding documentation on this issue, but have come up emtpy
> handed.  What I want to do is something along the lines of this.
>
> begin
>     Some common setup code that could cause an exception goes here
>     ...
>     ...
>     for i in 0..x
>         begin
>             # Other exceptions may occur within the loop.
>         rescue
>             # If an exception occurs within the loop I want to handle
> the
>             #  exception and continue with the loop.
>         end
>     end
> end
>
> thanks
> -joe
>
> -- 
> Posted via http://www.ruby-forum.com/.
>
>