Working With Our Own Files in C# 3 - Exceptions And More
In the previous part of the series on working with files of our own type, we created the basis of the application for saving and loading employees. Just because the application works doesn't mean it's done. When we learned that there can be a lot of errors when working with files, this applies even more for custom files. This part won't be only about errors. We'll also look at file associations.
Error 1. The *.employee file is not valid
Because extensions can be changed, anyone can overwrite the file extension, such as from *.docx to *.employee, and open the file. Try it.
There's nothing easier than wrapping the code for opening file
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The tutorial describes error handling in applications working with more advanced files in C# .NET. We'll look at opening files by double-clicking and more.
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