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C++ 6.0 COM object with C# and Silent Exception Handing?


I developed a C++ 6.0 COM object. This object supports a single event,
EventReady(). I use this object for a C# application.

I have a problem where if I get an error in my EventReady() handler I don't
crash! Rather, code execution seems to jump return to my COM object
skipping the rest of my handler code.

For example, if I deliberatly introduce this code:

void EventReady()
int i = 0;
int j = 2 / i;

I don't get a devide by zero error. If I put the same code in a menu
handler (for example) I do.

I want to crash when I get the error. How can I build my code to crash?

I'm not sure if this is something about how the COM object is being built or
something on the C# side and if so what it could be.


Grant Schenck
Jan 16 '06 #1
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