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Discussion on: try..catch..finally - Real example

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Tobias Nickel

yes, but you actually don't need the finally block for that. you can call setLoading(false) directly below the catch block.

do you think it looks just better? or is more clear?

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Mehul Lakhanpal Author

You need it in try also then. And btw just an example. What if you need to execute more than 1 statement after the process. I cant copy paste in both try and catch block.