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The case of lost Exception when using the "using statement"

Posted By:      Posted Date: April 14, 2011    Points: 0   Category :.NET Framework

I found that, when working with IDisposable Interface implemented objects and the "using statement", exceptions can get lost forever.

Take the following sample:

  public class Demo : IDisposable
    public void Foo()
      throw new Exception("Foo raised an exception");
    public void Dispose()
      throw new NotImplementedException("Dispose is not implemented....");

and do the following:

      using (Demo d = new Demo())

which is the same as:

      Demo d = new Demo();

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