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, which initializes a new exception object with a specified error message and inner exception.

Exception (SerializationInfo, StreamingContext) , which is a protected constructor that initializes a new exception object from serialized data. You should implement this constructor if you've chosen to make your exception object serializable.

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The following example illustrates the use of a custom exception class. It defines a NotPrimeException exception that is thrown when a client tries to retrieve a sequence of prime numbers by specifying a starting number that is not prime. The exception defines a new property, NonPrime , that returns the non-prime number that caused the exception. Besides implementing a protected parameterless constructor and a constructor with supply fashion Style PUMA Mens Carson 2 Nature Knit Sneaker Rock Ridgequarry uq4Jgo2Y
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The PrimeNumberGenerator class shown in the following example uses the Sieve of Eratosthenes to calculate the sequence of prime numbers from 2 to a limit specified by the client in the call to its class constructor. The GetPrimesFrom method returns all prime numbers that are greater than or equal to a specified lower limit, but throws a NotPrimeException if that lower limit is not a prime number.

The following example makes two calls to the GetPrimesFrom method with non-prime numbers, one of which crosses application domain boundaries. In both cases, the exception is thrown and successfully handled in client code.

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In .NET for Windows 8.x Store apps for Windows 8, some exception information is typically lost when an exception is propagated through non-.NET Framework stack frames. Starting with the .NET Framework 4.5.1 and Windows 8.1, the common language runtime continues to use the original Exception object that was thrown unless that exception was modified in a non-.NET Framework stack frame.

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The IDV matrix lists an array of actions that can be used to address different learning parameters. Among them are

The Workshop will be structured so that you can learn from each other and offer solutions. You will examine your existing mode of instruction with your specific target group and course goals in mind. Join and discover learning alternatives to add to your existing knowledge, and - best of all - start implementing what is of immediate use!

We expect the participants will include instructional designers; educators giving online, blended courses; trainers designing on-the-workfloor or in-the-field courses, and other professionals from related fields. An intermediate level of expertise is recommended.

The Workshop will provide you with an overview of what the Instuctional Design Variation Matrix is and what it can do.

You will use it and find out more about the type of learning you are currently using/applying/undertaking (and unconsciously repeating). You will take home a template to (re)develop your courses and/or trainings.

The IDV matrix offers insights into different types of instructional and learning design and can also have a positive impact on the evolution and deployment of blended or online learning approaches. It has been developed by an e-learning expert with 15+ years of experience in a wide variety of online and blended-learning settings on the international level, including mobile learning, MOOCs, e-learning, and SPOCs.

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Date Wednesday, Dec 5 Time Price: freeofcharge Status: places available

Myron Cizdyn

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Myron Cizdyn is Founder of the eLearning Journeys Initiative, which seeks to advance eLearning in Europe and beyond; energize institutional, educational and business thought leaders to support and promote eLearning; and project standards-based educational values throughout all segments of society. The goal of eLJ is to implement programs in instructional design to encourage entrepreneurial initiatives in tool and curriculum development; and to explore the benefits of standards-based learning in all segments.

eLearning Journeys holds a conference in Rzeszow once a year in the autumn, as well as continuing initiatives throughout Poland and beyond with its educational and industry partnerships.

He is also the President of The BLPS Group, which created the Gateway2Achieve learning platform, and has 27 years of experience in religious and educational publishing in the USA, Vatican, and Europe. He also serves on the Board of Directors of the SIIA's Educational Technology Industry Network.

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