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Naughty Exceptions

Permalink 08/19/08 at 08:57:35 am, by Ed, 207 words   English (US)
Categories: Work, Programming

I was looking for help on some intricacies of how exceptions work in C++ today for work. For those who are unaware, exceptions are "thrown" whenever something unexpected or illegal happens in a program. For example, if you try to divide by zero, an illegal exception would be thrown, and you, as the programmer, would have to catch it. If you didn't your program would crash.

So anyway, I was looking up how to catch a specific type of exception, and I found a good forum that usually has good answers. But it wasn't the answers that prompted me to write this post. It was the Google ads on the bottom:

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So if your spouse tries to do anything illegal, you can just throw pillow and catch them in the act, I guess.

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