Author Mark.Shannon
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Date 2021-01-21.11:31:27
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I see no advantage of getting rid of the limit of 20.

No one ever gets near 20 deep in practice.
Given the limit has been there for so long, it is likely that some tooling that expects the depth of try-statements to be limited.

Why would a code generator need to nest try statements so deeply? I'm curious.
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