IMHO It's actually the opposite. You should not use exceptions to implement general application logic. Exceptions addresses some unexpected, illogical or critical behavior which is not a part of general application logic. If some developer forgot to check a documented error code, it means the solution had an issue.

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All opinions are my own || Software Developer, learner, perfectionist and entrepreneur-kind person, nonconformist. Always seeks for the order and completeness.

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