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Try Catch Block
A try-catch block is used to mitigate errors in code and prevent program crashing during runtime. It 'tries' a block of code that could give an error. If the error (exception) is caught, it will execute a different block of code rather than crash the program.
To use a control structure that executes a block of code a specified number of times, used primarily for arrays.
Comments are blocks or lines of text ignored by the compiler, used to provide notes about the code.
The for loop is a control structure that executes a block of code a specified number of times.
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