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a) By using Try/Catch blocks when invoking external workflow files

b) By logging any exception events

c) By using automatic recovery sequences inside the Catch blocks.

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The correct answer to the question “How should an RPA developer address runtime exception” is all the options (a), (b), & (c); By using Try/Catch blocks when invoking external workflow files, By logging any exception events, and By using automatic recovery sequences inside the Catch blocks. All these options could be used by an RPA developer to address runtime exceptions. Wish to learn RPA and become certified in it to enhance your job opportunities, then I would wish you to check out the RPA training course from leading e-learning company like Intellipaat. Also, watch our YouTube video on Robotic Process Automation Course from our experts.

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