An exception is the latest features added to ANSI C++. It refers to unusual conditions in a program. They could be errors that cause the program to fail or certain conditions that lead to errors. Exception handling is a mechanism that first detects and separates the code then handles exceptional circumstances from the rest of our program. Note that an exceptional circumstance is not necessarily an error.

Exception Handling – C++ Programming

In this “Exception Handling – C++ Programming” you will learn about the following topics:

  1. Introduction to Exception Handling
  2. Types of Exception Handling
  3. Synchronous Exception Handling,
  4. Asynchronous Exception Handling
  5. Exception Handling Mechanism
  6. Throwing Mechanism
  7. Catching Mechanism
  8. Multiple Catch Handling
  9. Catch-All Exceptions





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