JavaScript finally Statement

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JavaScript finally Statement

The finally statement defines a block of code that will execute whether or not an exception was thrown.

Note: The finally statement can’t appear on its own; it must be after a try block.


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<!DOCTYPE html> <html> <body> <p id="point"></p> <p id="point1"></p> <script> var x = document.getElementById("point"); var y = document.getElementById("point1"); var z = document.getElementById("point2"); function myFunction(){ try{ x.innerHTML = bike; } catch(e){ x.innerHTML= e.message; return; } finally{ y.innerHTML = "I will always execute"; } z.innerHTML = "I will not execute"; } myFunction(); </script> </body> </html>


try{ // code block to try }catch(e){ // code block to handle errors }finally{ // code block always execute }


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