# some actions
# the action when error occurs
# the action when error does not occur
# the final action whether error occurs or not
But, in F#, there are two point that is different from ruby.
- There are no clause corresponding else.
- There are only clauses either try/with(corresponding begin/rescue) or try/finally(corresponding begin/ensure)
In other words, clause try/with/finally is Forbidden.
> let results = - try - (1 / 0) - with - | ex -> "Some error occurs." - finally - "Final";; finally ----^^^^^^^ /Users/youhei/stdin(9,5): error FS0010: Unexpected keyword 'finally' in binding. Expected incomplete structured construct at or before this point or other token.