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"Exception" blocks (or "try ... catch" blocks) are for handling "exceptional" (unanticipated) error conditions.

You should be able to "set up your math" (in your case) so you don't get exceptions. (e.g. test for "zero" BEFORE dividing by a possible zero).

Adding "try .. catch" without justification is a short-cut to becoing a mediocre developer / coder / programmer.

(And once your "try" block gets to a certain size, you should consider putting it in a "sub-routine"; else you'll start getting confused on what is scoped where, etc.)
"(I) am amazed to see myself here rather than there ... now rather than then".
― Blaise Pascal

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