Thread: constructors/destructors in exception

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    Angry constructors/destructors in exception

    Hey there

    Can someone explain how constructors/destructors work in exception handling?


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    EXPERIMENTATION...(write some code and see it works).

    You can throw inside of, and try/catch within, constructors and destructors.

    However, you must be careful when throwing exceptions within destructors. This is because the destructor may have been called due to stack-unwinding from a previous exception!

    Read more about exceptions here.


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    if you want to learn about exceptions then go here and be prepared to read everything.
    Free the weed!! Class B to class C is not good enough!!
    And the FAQ is here :-

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