Exception feature creep! (was: re-entering in the normal flow after an exception is raised)
rff_rff at remove-yahoo.it
Fri Oct 1 22:40:48 CEST 2004
Lonnie Princehouse ha scritto:
> In a recent post, Michele Simionato asked about resumable (or
> re-entrant) exceptions, the basic idea being that when raised and
> uncaught, these exceptions would only propagate backwards through a
> limited number of frames before being implicitly ignored.
I don't understand: why resumable exceptions should be ignored after
they propagate for a limited number of frames?
the only idea of resumable exceptions I have is that they allow you to ,
well, resume excution from the point they were raised.
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