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One thing that bit us quite late during a recent refactoring and has caused a lot of frustration was the fact that Promises “*******” exceptions by default. So that the following code runs perfectly fine, without ever letting you know that something went wrong:. What happens here is that the implementation of Promise wraps our function (the. Handler as it is called in the language specification) in a try-catch block. Instead of throwing the error. Handler function of course, and you are perfectly right:.

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One thing that bit us quite late during a recent refactoring and has caused a lot of frustration was the fact that Promises “*******” exceptions by default. So that the following code runs perfectly fine, without ever letting you know that something went wrong:. What happens here is that the implementation of Promise wraps our function (the. Handler as it is called in the language specification) in a try-catch block. Instead of throwing the error. Handler function of course, and you are perfectly right:.
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One thing that bit us quite late during a recent refactoring and has caused a lot of frustration was the fact that Promises exceptions by default. So that the following code runs perfectly fine, without ever letting you know that something went wrong. What happens here is that the implementation of Promise wraps our function the. Handler as it is called in the language specification in a try-catch block. Instead of throwing the error. Handler function of course, and you are perfectly right.
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One thing that bit us quite late during a recent refactoring and has caused a lot of frustration was the fact that Promises “*******” exceptions by default. So that the following code runs perfectly fine, without ever letting you know that something went wrong:. What happens here is that the implementation of Promise wraps our function (the. Handler as it is called in the language specification) in a try-catch block. Instead of throwing the error. Handler function of course, and you are perfectly right:.

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