"Exception handling" tag
Graphics with Xlib

Graphics Using Xlib, Part 2: Writing Programs

This article applies the concepts explained in Part l of this series with a sample program. In case you have forgotten the concepts, a quick recap might be helpful. A client (user program)…

Exception Safety

Joy of Programming: Levels of Exception Safety

The concept of “exception safety” is important for programming in the presence of exceptions. In this article, we’ll look at different levels of exception safety, with the help of an example. Let’s first…

Errors everywhere you go!

Joy of Programming: Abort, Retry, Fail?

Exception handling is tricky to get right. In this column, I present some guidelines for writing good exception handling code, by giving real-world (counter) examples. Guideline 1 Write descriptive error messages. Guideline 2…

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