Re: Unhandled exception - How to turn off!
all these functions and classes are deeply language bounded, and reside
in the std namespace.
Yes, in some cases the compiler implicitly calls std library functions,
such as uncaught_exception or unexpected. The compiler has every right to
generate implicit function calls. Those two functions, however, are the
dark side of C++, and the general consensus is that it's better to avoid
them. I wouldn't touch uncaught_exception or exception specifiers with a
A valid use of uncaught_exception function is in the RAII e.g:
TransactionScope(Connection &connection): connection(connection)
Connection &connection = ...
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