Base class for exceptions.

If this class (or derivatives) is used to catch an exception, then haxe.CallStack.exceptionStack() will not return a stack for the exception caught. Use haxe.Exception.stack property instead:

try {
} catch(e:Exception) {

Custom exceptions should extend this class:

class MyException extends haxe.Exception {}
throw new MyException('terrible exception');

haxe.Exception is also a wildcard type to catch any exception:

try {
	throw 'Catch me!';
} catch(e:haxe.Exception) {
	trace(e.message); // Output: Catch me!

To rethrow an exception just throw it again. Haxe will try to rethrow an original native exception whenever possible.

try {
	var a:Array<Int> = null;
	a.push(1); // generates target-specific null-pointer exception
} catch(e:haxe.Exception) {
	throw e; // rethrows native exception instead of haxe.Exception


new(message:String, ?previous:Exception, ?native:Any)

Create a new Exception instance.

The previous argument could be used for exception chaining.

The native argument is for internal usage only. There is no need to provide native argument manually and no need to keep it upon extending haxe.Exception unless you know what you're doing.


read onlymessage:String

Exception message.

read onlynative:Any

Native exception, which caused this exception.



Returns exception message.