shaulka at bezeqint.net
Wed Apr 3 22:58:05 UTC 2002
> Is there anyway that I can get the gnu compiler to check for throws
> (like in java). I know that this is not standard C++, but I was hoping
> that GNU could have implemented something anyway.
I do not know Java but throw is a standard feature of C++. I believe it is intended for handling exception situations but could be exploited for other matters. And it is implemented by GNU, at least by the newer gcc versions.
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