Throw Statement (Visual Basic)
Throws an exception within a procedure.
The Throw statement throws an exception that you can handle with structured exception-handling code (Try...Catch...Finally) or unstructured exception-handling code (On Error GoTo). You can use the Throw statement to trap errors within your code because Visual Basic moves up the call stack until it finds the appropriate exception-handling code.
A Throw statement with no expression can only be used in a Catch statement, in which case the statement rethrows the exception currently being handled by the Catch statement.
The Throw statement resets the call stack for the expression exception. If expression is not provided, the call stack is left unchanged. You can access the call stack for the exception through the StackTrace property.
Assembly: Visual Basic Runtime Library (in Microsoft.VisualBasic.dll)