try to catch this if else

How should you write “try catch” and “if else”?

I’ve seen a lot of this:

if() {
}
else {
}

try {
}
catch {
}

But it really should be like:

if() {
} else {
}

try {
} catch {
}

Why? It’s really a little detail, but in the first examples it looks like you could add code between the try and the catch, because they are two blocks of code. But the catch belongs to the try, so it should not be seperated by a new line.

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