System.Text.EncoderExceptionFallback

Today I found the following e-mail in my inbox: Hello According to this article, http://blogs.msdn.com/b/johan/archive/2008/01/31/using-windbg-hunting-exceptions.aspx written by you, you write that there are three “ever-present exceptions”, I can see why they have to be on the heap, but why is 790ff624 3 36 System.Text.DecoderExceptionFallback 790ff5d8 3 36 System.Text.EncoderExceptionFallback Also always there? I always see them…

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Using WinDbg – Hunting Exceptions

Prerequisites This post will require some basic knowledge of windbg and the sos extension. For this I recommend looking at the following posts: Getting started with WinDbg – Part I Getting started with WinDbg – Part II For more information on Exceptions in general and why they should be avoided I’d like to recommend this post:…

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Exceptions

Introduction This was originally intended to be a post on identifying and troubleshooting Exceptions using windbg. As I started writing I thought I should write a little something about exceptions in general, just to begin the post. That little something grew to be quite big and all of a sudden it was by all means…

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