From: Alexander Nasonov (alnsn_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-04-09 02:43:02
Gregory Dai wrote:
> Well, I'm very late to this thread of discussion, but I'd like to add my
> Why would we go through so much complexity? Remember the simple and basic
> principle of RAII? In situations like this, you just make a simple wrapper
> of the FILE* ...
Please read the tutorial starting from
First off, ScopeExit is recommended only if RAII doesn't fit well. For
example, if you plan to call std::fclose from inside ScopeExit, you
should probably replace pointers to std::FILE with fstream objects or
write a wrapper for std::FILE.
Lets assume you need to maintain an in memory database of Person
> No need of a "try ... catch" block at all, much less of "finally," which is
> an unnecessary addition in C#, IMHO.
ScopeExit doesn't need try-catch either.
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