The Big Book of PowerShell Error Handling
by Dave Wyatt
Publisher: GitBook 2016
Number of pages: 33
Despite the title, this is actually a very small, concise book designed to help you understand how PowerShell generates and deals with errors. It's also designed to help you build the best possible error handling for your own scripts and functions, in just a few short lessons.
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