Usually when I write automation code I wrap it in a try/catch/finally statement. The finally block of the statement will contain any “clean up code” that might need to run regardless of whether or not a exception was through. For example, I might clear a reference or close a dialog in the finally block since I would want those things to happen regardless.
Since SenseTalk doesn’t support the finally the block for the try/catch statement does anyone have any way to duplicate its functionality. In other words is there some way to guarantee that code in a script will be run regardless of whether or not an exception is thrown?