Douglas Crockford recommends doing something like this:  throw {     name: "System Error",     message: "Something horrible happened." };   But you could also do something like this:  function IllegalArgumentException(message) {     t...
I know that Chrome has a known bug not preserving the stacktrace when rethrowing an exception in Javascript.  I have the following code running in Chrome:  try {     try {       runCodeThatMayThrowAnException();     } catch (e) {         // I'm h...
One thing that is driving me nuts is how Javascript fails silently in many different situations.  (removed example because it confuses the point of my question)  Many times I have come across an error that will give an error message when typed into t...
I have an IFrame in a page and IFrame has some JavaScript. At run time JavaScript in IFrame gives exception which i want to catch on parent window. How to do that?  <html>  <head>  <script type="text/javascript">  var frm123...
How do I overwrite the global Exception handler in javascript so that it becomes the top level handler for all uncaught exceptions?   EDIT: window.onerror didnt work, code is:  <HTML>  <HEAD> <script language='javascript'>...
I have a domain exception handler (wrapper for nightwatch tests).  my exception handler wrapper   var domainError = function(func) {      return function() {       var d = domain.create().on('error', function(err) {         console.error(err....
I would like to report stack traces from uncaught exceptions in my JavaScript app, but the problem is that the included JavaScript is a Browserify bundle. This means that when I obtain the stack of an exception, it refers to positions within the bund...
I'm wondering if there is a way to throw multiple errors and catch all of them in JavaScript.  I'm looking for specific fields, and when I find a missing one I would like to throw an error.  The problem is that if I throw a single error, like...
AngularJS seems to wrap user-provided callbacks into try-catch. This may be useful in production, however I can miss critical exceptions during development.   How can I turn this feature off? I want Angular not to catch or to rethrow all exceptions i...
In this javascript code f.init() control the entire flow of the program:  var f = function() {     return {         init: function(var1) {             try {                 f.f1(1)             } catch (e) {                 alert(e);             }...

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