From: Alexander Terekhov (terekhov_at_[hidden])
Date: 2003-10-02 05:29:38
> You argue the converse but have failed to demonstrate either the
> desirability or feasibility of treating SEH exceptions as CEH exceptions to
> anyones satisfaction.
Again, there's no magic in SEH whatsover. Continuations aside for a
moment they are simply "C exceptions".
"You can use the C language exception handling mechanism (SEH) to
catch exceptions. You can catch exceptions in C++ using catch(...),
and propagation of exceptions will run C++ object destructors.
Currently, C++ code cannot catch specific exceptions. Also, CATCH,
CATCH_ALL and FINALLY clauses will not run when C++ code raises an
exception. (These restrictions will be reduced or removed in a
> Dave et al. have repeatedly explained the issues with
> it - and make sense.
> The problem is not the C++ standard; it is that is that catch (...)
Don't get me started on this, please.
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