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try -catch messing

From: John W. Eaton
Subject: try -catch messing
Date: Fri, 30 Nov 2007 11:52:43 -0500

On 29-Nov-2007, depuis wrote:

| Hello,
| I have a loop to analyse data, and something it can get wrong. I detect it in
| a try-catch construct:
| for indi=1:10
|   %# analyse data
|  try
|   %# the following statement fails if analysis is not successfull
|   resu(indi) = some_val;
|  catch
|   disp('something wrong with system order '); 
|     keyboard
|  end_try_catch
| endfor
| I 'discovered' that typing 'continue' during the keyboard wait is a very bad
| idea:) It seems that escaping abruptly the catch part interferes badly with
| the exception handling. F.i., after that, functions as 'strcat' stopped
| working, as they use also an exception handler.
| Is it or not the intended behaviour ? Can it be documented: "Thou shall not
| escape exception handler ! "
| The fix is to set some boolean var inside the catch block, and loop 

I can't duplicate whatever problem it is that you are having given the
information above.

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