Chunk is a control data (C/D) and packet set used in Stream Control Transmission Protocol (SCTP). SCTP packets are comprised of common headers and data chunks and vary by content. Data chunks are defined in RFC 4960, which updates RFC 2960 and RFC 3309.
Try defines a block of statements that may throw an exception. When a specific type of exception occurs, a catch block catches the exception. If an exception is not handled by try/catch blocks, the exception escalates through the call stack until the exception is caught or an error message is printed by the compiler. A try/catch block also may be nested with one or more try/catch statements. Each try statement has a matching catch statement to handle the exception. If an exception's inner try statement does not have a matching catch statement, subsequent try statement catch handlers are checked. This process continues until all inner try statements are checked for a matching catch statement. If a catch statement does not match, the runtime system handles the exception.Try/catch block examples include:
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