stele at fxtech.com
Tue Dec 21 21:52:36 GMT 1999
> Right now, I'm talking just about Java -- I need advice on C++
> exceptions, since I don't understand them nearly as well.
When used well, they make everything nicer (just like in Java). I'm not
sure what advice you are seeking, but there shouldn't be any reason not
to use them for a C++ implementation of your work.
Paul Miller - stele at fxtech.com
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