Raise Expressions

Much like the regular raise statement, the raise expression will terminate the current scope by raising (or re-raising) an exception. The exception will bubble up the call stack, terminating all execution flow, until it is caught by a try/except block.

Different than the raise Statement, the raise expression can be used in place of an expression of arbitrary type — for example in an if/then Expression or as parameter to coalesce():

var x := coalesce(a, b, c, raise new Exception('neiter a, b or c were assigned');

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