4 examples of 'nodejs throw' in JavaScript

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53function do_throw(msg) {
54 throw new Error(msg);
55}
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147function _throw(msg,e){
148 if(!e){
149 e = {
150 message: msg
151 ,file:'jsxml.js'
152 ,'function': cfg.name
153 };
154 }
155 ERROR.add(e)
156 switch (cfg.errors) {
157 case 'alert':
158 if(msg) alert(cfg.name + ":\r\n" + msg)
159 else ERROR.show(e)
160 break;
161 case 'throw':
162 if(msg) throw new Error(cfg.name + ":\r\n" + msg)
163 else throw e
164 break;
165 case 'ignore':
166 break;
167 }
168}
501process.nextTick(function throwIt() {
502 throw new Error('async exception error');
503});
11function doThrow(error, stack = error.stack || Cs.caller) {
12 let filename = "";
13 if (stack instanceof Ci.nsIStackFrame) {
14 filename = stack.filename;
15 } else if (error.fileName) {
16 filename = error.fileName;
17 }
18
19 throw (new Error(`Error at ${filename}`));
20}

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