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The set of exception classes provided by Borland’s VCL and CLX frameworks are huge and work in conjunction with the try, throw, and catch framework. 35 Part 1 C++ Advanced Concepts 36 Chapter 2 Please note that the code in this example is only to demonstrate exceptionhandling syntax; it does not compile as it is given here. Listing 2-6: Try, throw, and catch void TryCatchFunction() { try { // processing logic FunctionThatThrowsException(); // processing logic } catch (ExceptionCondition &ec) { HandleExceptions(ec); } } void FunctionThatThrowsException() { // processing logic if (ErrorCondition) { throw ExceptionCondition(ErrorCode, ErrorMessage); } } void HandleExceptions(ExceptionCondition &ec) { // processing logic } When the code within the try block is executed, if no exception condition occurs, the code within all the catch blocks associated with the previous try block are ignored.

The syntax to re-throw an exception is the throw keyword followed by a semicolon (throw;). It is important to note that the order in which we write catch blocks is important because when the matching catch block is found for an exception, the subsequent catch blocks are ignored. Therefore, when an exception object of a derived exception class is thrown, we should place the catch block for a derived exception class before the catch block for the base exception class. The derived exception class represents a more specific exception object, and the base exception class represents the more generic exception object.

The syntax for this operator is: static_cast< T >(expression); const_cast The const_cast operator must be used to add or remove the const and volatile modifiers from identifiers. The syntax for this operator is: const_cast< T >(argument); In this expression, T and argument must be of the same type, except if T is qualified as const and volatile; then the argument should not be qualified, and vice versa. The cast is resolved at compile time. The result of this expression is of type T. A pointer to const object can be converted to the identical object without the const modifier.

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