Creating an error doesn’t cause our program to stop — remember, an error must be thrown for it to halt the program.
throw keyword like so:
throw Error('Something wrong happened'); // Error: Something wrong happened
When we use the
throw keyword, the error is thrown and code after the
throw statement will not execute. Take for example:
throw Error('Something wrong happened'); // Error: Something wrong happened console.log('This will never run');
throw Error('Something wrong happened'); is executed and the error object is thrown, the
In the next lesson we will cover how to handle an error so that the rest of our code can run!
throw keyword to throw an error with the message
'Username or password does not match'
After you clear this checkpoint, try adding some code after your throw statement. Also, try to throw a new error and other data types to see what happens!