SAX2: DeclHandler

Hill, Les lhill at
Thu Dec 23 18:09:04 GMT 1999

Richard Anderson writes:
> Provided we just have a class that represents an exception, 
> which is passed
> via a callback and doesnt depend on the usual java/C++ 
> throw() mechanisms
> I'll be happy.

Gee, I guess I'd be unhappy :)  The ability to catch an exception in place
and continue as appropriate is worth losing direct API mappings to older


Les Hill
Senior Architect

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