Rethrow An Exception in C#

So generally, when I want to re-throw an exception that I caught in C#, I just throw a new exception like this:

This just never sat well with me, so today I decided to figure out if there was a better way to handle this.  Seems like there just had to be.

Shoot, it is so simple!

throw (ex); will re-throw the exception that was caught as if it was not caught.

If by chance you didn’t catch the exception object, you can still re-throw it like this:

I am in shock that all these years I was unaware of this.  Enjoy!  And thanks to the Microsoft docs, which I should visit more often.