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How can I detect an error when missing the FindElementByXPath of Selenium?

when I tried to find the element of chrome browser as

$obj = $driver.FindElementByXPath('Xpath')

the error message was shown and the running script was terminated.

How can I handle such exceptional error if there is no element on the webpage indicated by XPath?


may be like this?


    $obj = $driver.FindElementByXPath('Xpath')






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