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Re: How GCC handle exceptions under Linux?
Jonathan Wakely-4 wrote
> No, it's an ABI standard used by several compiler vendors, see
Thanks, it is exhaustive
No. Hardware exceptions and signals are not mapped to C++ exceptions.
C++ exceptions are designed for error handling, not for handling
asynchronous events like signals.
Is impossible to write safe code handling hardware exceptions by try..catch?
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