SAX/C++: C++-specific design principles
sb at metis.no
Tue Dec 7 07:30:01 GMT 1999
>>>>> Paul Miller <stele at fxtech.com>:
>> - use C++ exceptions
> I vote for C++ exceptions. That is why they are there.
Personally I think that C++ exceptions should only be used to signal
critical situations for the future execution of the program, not as a
normal matter of program flow control.
However, I think the ErrorHandler is a good idea, and have no problems
with exceptions being thrown for the cases where one haven defined and
registered an ErrorHandler.
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