Cost of having try-catch statements?
Martin Egholm Nielsen
Tue Aug 10 16:26:00 GMT 2004
> > I was wondering: Is there any significant cost in having "unused"
> > try-catches in my code?
> > That is, I have a method that 99.99% of the times invoked never throws a
> > given exception. However, in case it does, I need to log it...
> The only cost is the unwinder tables, (which are not read into memory
> unless your exception is thrown) and the handler itself, which may
> cause some instruction cache presure.
So practically no overhead?
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