Powershell Best Practice #10: Avoid empty Catch block

By | June 7, 2015

Best Practice: It is recommended to avoid empty empty Catch block in a try-catch-(finally) statement.


Leaving an empty catch block is not considered a good practice because when an error occcurs in the try block, no action is performed on the error.


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