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Assuming you are talking about WinForms, and sub s1 is called from inside some handler (say a button click handler) that behavior is what they intended it to be. Form.Close() does not actually close the Form, it merely queues a request to close the Form; which will be handled when the main thread (on which your button click handler is executing right now) gets around to it. And even then, it will first fire a FormClosing event, and then close the Form, and finally fire the FormClosed event. This is a common pattern in Windows and its event mechanism.

What you could do inside function f1 is either not catch the exception, or throw a new one; and then try-catch in sub s1 and do (or not do) as you please.

Please keep in mind that often functions are supposed to calculate something and return the result, and NOT to cause side effects (such as closing a Form). When you deviate from that, you have to take full responsibility and bear the consequences.

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