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How does a compiler implement exception handling ?

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How does a compiler implement exception handling ? And how does it handle
exception handling across function calls ? Is there an implicit exception
handler at the end of every block statement ?


Jul 23 '05 #1
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Check out this nice article on Code Project:
http://codeproject.com/cpp/exceptionhandler.asp

Let me know if you find something else on the subject, I'll be
interested to read too.

Robert Finch wrote:
How does a compiler implement exception handling ? And how does it handle
exception handling across function calls ? Is there an implicit exception
handler at the end of every block statement ?



Jul 23 '05 #2

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