Category : exception

I understand that exception handler catch(…) in C++ handles any type of exception. I am wondering what happens if it has to handle an exception that is of some class type – is the object of that class passed to this handler by reference or by value? This is the code that could help in ..

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Really new to C++ learning by trial and error. Got the below error. Exception thrown at 0x7B5B84B8 (sfml-graphics-d-2.dll) in Grey Area.exe: 0xC0000005: Access violation writing location 0x3F800008 The code throwing this exception comes from the below and is using SFML. void Planet::set_color(sf::Color stain) { circle.setFillColor(stain); } I don’t understand as the circle and colour is ..

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I am using a variadic function definition to handle multiple arguments of the same type (std::vector<[data_type]>). As the termination criterion, I am using the try-catch to use the exception that is thrown when the function va_arg() tries to read more variables than are passed while calling. When the number of arguments is 1-3 or 5+ ..

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I have the following code with two functions which should throw exceptions when condition is satisfied. Unfortunately the second one with string seems not working and I don’t have a clue whats wrong #include "iostream" #include "stdafx.h" #include "string" using namespace std; struct P { int first; string second; }; void T(P b) { if ..

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I have a shared library compiled with –stdlib=libc++ which makes use of std::rethrow_exception(). I need to load and use this library from an executable (node) that loads libstdc++. I have found that any exception thrown by my library using std::rethrow_exception() did not get caught and crashed the application. By further investigation I found that I ..

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I’m writing a set of functions that return a status enum class. I want to recognize whenever we hit an issue and stop the BigFunction. Status BigFunction() { Status status; status = function1(); if (status != Status::SUCCESS) return status; status = function2(); if (status != Status::SUCCESS) return status; // Do more return status; } Is ..

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