We can add another block to try/catch. This is done with the “finally” keyword. What the finally code block does is run always. So even if there is an error, the finally block still runs. It runs regardless if there is an error or not. Here is the syntax…

try {
    let animal = newAnimal;
} catch(error){
    console.log(‘error: ‘, error);
} finally{
    console.log(‘this will always run’);

Happy Coding!

Clay Hess