We do not use C exceptions What s the alternative Let it crash

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What happens when there is an error if you don't utilise exceptions?

You just let the programme to crash?
Aug 2, 2022 in C++ by Nicholas
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If you don't utilise exceptions, by definition, no code will raise an error, negating the necessity for error catching.

"We do not utilise C++ exceptions," not "We do not catch C++ exceptions," is the correct phrase.
answered Aug 2, 2022 by Damon
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