Re: new(nothrow not even from constructor)

red floyd <>
Tue, 21 Dec 2010 13:10:42 -0800 (PST)
On Dec 20, 11:30 pm, Ruslan Mullakhmetov <> wrote:

On 12/21/2010 5:22 AM, red floyd wrote:

On 12/20/2010 11:47 AM, Ruslan Mullakhmetov wrote:

you could probably use operator new overloading, but i'm not sure. nev=


overloaded one.

Or you could do this:

template<typename T>
T* new_thread(Func_type f, int state)
T* ret = NULL;
try {
ret = new Thread(f, state);
catch (...) {
// do something, or not

return ret;


Or I think it makes sense to get new_thread as static function-member of
Thread class say Thread::create. I'd prefer this, cause it number of
reduces global scoped free functions.

Yeah, I kind of switched gears mid-stream -- I started with a generic
template to deal with any type of create and then halfway through
switched to "Thread" specific -- mainly because I couldn't remember
the syntax for variadic templates.

My intent was to provide a generic "new" for OP that catches all
exceptions, including those thrown by the constructor.

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