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comment How does compiler handle exceptions that are implicit? Looking for design strategies
@Martin York: it's a construct that ideally would be used to translate exceptions when you're using two or more libraries with non-standard exceptions. It never got into general use, I think mostly because earlier (when such libraries abounded) Visual C++ compilers had a bug that caused exception object's destructor to be called twice for this construct. And nowadays libraries just use standard exceptions, so generally no need. Cheers & hth.,
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