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On Monday 05 December 2005 08:38, David Johnson wrote:
> On Sunday 04 December 2005 11:16 pm, Guillaume Laurent wrote:
> > Oh please, handling exceptions isn't that hard, and is much less
> > cumbersome than checking a return code (which has not at all the same
> > use, actually).

>=20
> Here's a link on the pitfalls of exceptions. I didn't write it, so=20
> apparently I'm not the only idiot in the world.
>=20
> http://www.google.com/search?q=3Dcac...pull.demon.co=

=2Euk/c%2B%2B/dragons/+&hl=3Den&ie=3DUTF-8

Although my opinion might not count much here, I think the
exceptions are one of the big _misfeatures_ of the C++ language.
They bloat code. Nothing else. Everything done with exceptions,
can be done with normal return codes.

=2D-=20
Greetings Michael.

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