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Re: Re^3: Best Practices for Exception Handling (no isa)

by zby (Vicar)
on May 12, 2003 at 13:03 UTC ( #257417=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^3: Best Practices for Exception Handling (no isa)
in thread Best Practices for Exception Handling

For me exception is a language construct - a flow of logic. While what is an error and what is 'normal failure' is defined by a particular program. I would rather expect that you'll find many situations other than error conditions where using exceptions would be beneficial. Of course you can argue that the exception construct is particulary well suited for errors, and not for 'normal failures', it just seems to me like mixing semantical levels when you distinguish between exceptions and 'normal' failures.
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[Corion]: ... I'm not really knowledgeable about good guitar players
[stonecolddevin]: I've been on a Stevie Ray Vaughan kick lately: https://www. youtube.com/watch? v=wVjdMLAMbM0
[stonecolddevin]: Corion I haven't heard much of his work to be honest.
[erix]: here is a nice cover, stevieb
[planetscape]: hello, Corion
[Corion]: Hi planetscape!
[stevieb]: Corion I like the groundbreaking ones (guitar players). I have the ability to pick up on sounds that are groundbreaking or specific to a person, thanks to my years of doing recording/mixing/ sampling (hip-hop mind you, but years of it...
[stevieb]: ...has honed in my skills of recognizing sound
[stevieb]: All of the early members are coming out of the woodwork today :) Hey, planetscape
[Corion]: This cover version had so much promise but the singing is underwhelming :-/

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