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From: robin AT hyperion22 DOT freeserve DOT co DOT uk (Robin Pell)
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Subject: Re: Undocumented Keyword...
Date: Tue, 13 Apr 1999 17:02:32 GMT
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On 13 Apr 1999 16:47:04 GMT, drwgrphcs AT aol DOT com (DrwGrphcs) wrote:

>
>I am not quite sure, but I think C++ also supports a finally statement as well.
>This finally statement would take action after the try...catch. SO you would
>have
>
>try{
>do dangerous
>}
>catch(Exception e){
>do not so dangerous
>}
>finally{
>make sure variables are appropriate before continuing on
>}
>
IIRC, finally is a Java idea. C++ does have catch... which
catches everything otherwise not specified.
eg:

try{
do dangerous
}
catch(Exception e){
do not so dangerous
}
catch(...)
{
do anything else not covered elsewhere
}

Regards,

Rob.

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