What's the reason exceptions are heavily used in managed (C# and Java) languages but not in C++? [closed]
AFAIK, a lot of C++ projects don't allow exceptions and deny them in coding guidelines. I have a lot of reasons, for example, exception is hard to handle correctly if your binary needs to be compiled ...
Having read a post yesterday, I realized I did not know much about the origin of exceptions. Is it an OOP related concept only? I tend to think it is, but again there are database exceptions.
I've been thinking about that for quite a while actually. I am not a native english speaker myself but still I have years of programming experience and I always asked me this. Why is it named as ...
I don't quite understand the consistent bashing of null references by some programming language folks. What's so bad about them? If I request read access to a file that doesn't exist then I'm ...
Error handling, creating time line, need help defining what aspects of the environment need tracking
For my final year project, I'm working on a script that will run your python program and provide a time line of events(so far working on assignments) and create a story of what happened(the changes in ...
With parallel algorithms knocking at the door, it might be a good time to think about error handling. So at first there were error codes. Those sucked. It was free to ignore them, so you could fail ...