Load the "catch errors" library and use it to try your JS block.
you can use this block:
How do I do that?
Can't find it anywhere. Is it a custom block?
Never mind found it, thanks
Yes. Drag-n-drop the image onto the Snap! code editor.
Using the “Catch errors” library, that would be:
Still, I wonder why a ready-to-use predicate is not in the “Getters and setters” library?
implementation definition, or within any other custom block called (directly or indirectly) by the initial block.
I think the library predates the JS Function block.
This library requires JS to be already enabled...
That is: each of the functions currently within the library.
Wouldn't you agree this to be all the more reason for including a "JS-enabled" detector?
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