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Learn C++ With Back to Basics: Exceptions by Klaus Iglberger (CPPCon 2020) Video

Exceptions are the native C++ error propagation mechanism. Exceptions, if used correctly, allow us to write a simpler, more readable, and more robust code. However, the path an be tricky and, unfortunately, the exception mechanism is not without flaws. The video sheds some light on current issues with exceptions and why a large part of the C++ community doesn’t use them.
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