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Re^2: END blocks in perl

by clueless newbie (Hermit)
on Oct 16, 2007 at 15:18 UTC ( #645195=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Re: END blocks in perl
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Can this be used to catch the seg faults and some of the whatevers that Sid has mentioned?

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Re^3: END blocks in perl
by shmem (Canon) on Oct 16, 2007 at 18:19 UTC
    You don't want a program that segfaults to continue. It tries to mess up the memory of your computer, and you should be glad it is not allowed to do so. A program which crosses its borders in that way should be examined and debugged immediately; it's not that kind of errors you can lightly sweep under the rug.


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