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* Copyright (c) 2011, the Dart project authors. Please see the AUTHORS file
* for details. All rights reserved. Use of this source code is governed by a
* BSD-style license that can be found in the LICENSE file.
* @assertion Execution of a try statement of the form try s1 on−catch1 ...
* on−catchn finally sf; proceeds as follows:
* The statement s1 is executed in the dynamic scope of the exception handler
* defined by the try statement. Then, the finally clause is executed.
* Whether any of the on-catch clauses is executed depends on whether a
* matching exception has been raised by s1 (see the specification of the throw
* statement).
* If s1 has raised an exception, it will transfer control to the try statements
* handler, which will examine the catch clauses in order for a match as
* specified above. If no matches are found, the handler will execute the
* finally clause.
* If a matching on-catch was found, it will execute first, and then the
* finally clause will be executed.
* @description Checks the execution order of the various parts of a try
* statement.
* @author kaigorodov
* @reviewer rodionov
import '../../../Utils/expect.dart';
class E0 implements Exception {}
class E1 implements Exception {}
class E2 extends E1 {}
class E3 extends E1 {}
void test(void f(), int expected) {
int log = 0;
void append(int digit) {log = log * 10 + digit;}
try {
} on E2 catch (e) {
} on E1 catch (e) {
} catch (e) {
} finally {
Expect.equals(expected, log);
void main() {
test(() {}, 126);
test(() {throw new E0();}, 156);
test(() {throw new E1();}, 146);
test(() {throw new E2();}, 136);
test(() {throw new E3();}, 146);
test(() {throw 1;}, 156);