Multiple error handling

tiredofit

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I have added an error handling in the code below.

Suppose MyArray(10, 1) = #NA, then the error handling works but if MyArray(11, 1) = #NA also, it fails.

It seems the error handling cannot handle more than one error. How can I fix this? I have even added an On Error GoTo 0 to "reset" it but it still doesn't work.

Code:
Dim a As Integer

a = 1

On Error Goto ErrHandler

For b = 1 To 100

    Do Until MyArray(a, 1) = 100

        a = a + 1

    Loop

Continue:

Next b

Exit Sub

ErrHandler:

    MsgBox "Error"

    On Error GoTo 0

    GoTo Continue
 

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tiredofit

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Should I have added Resume Continue instead of GoTo continue?
 

RoryA

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Yes, and remove the OEG0 line.
 

tiredofit

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Why?

I thought after setting On Error Something, you should always put On Error GoTo 0 to "reset" it?
 

RoryA

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Because that will disable your error handler and any further errors won't be handled.
 

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