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is there a vb.net equivalent when using try/catch blocks to the vb6 resume/next function?

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Hi,
    If you do nothing with the catch statement or just put a MessageBox without directing the flow to another routine the flow will continue as if resume/next had been selected.
It's almost a default.



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