Regarding nothrow and @safe
Jonathan M Davis
jmdavisProg at gmx.com
Sat Aug 20 17:26:34 PDT 2011
On Saturday, August 20, 2011 18:18:25 Sean Eskapp wrote:
> > As far as I know they have decided to make memory overflow errors, so
> > they are
> not exceptions, you can't catch them. Other people will confirm this or not.
> In this case, how would you go about handling out-of-memory situations? A
> systems programming language should certainly give the programmer the
> option to deal with this.
The short answer: You don't. It's an incredibly bad idea.
The long answer: You catch Error - or OutOfMemoryError if you want that
specific one. So, you could try and catch it and handle it, but most of the
cleanup during the unwinding of the stack gets skipped. scope statements and
destructors don't get called. Your program is not likely to be in state where
it makes any real sense to try and continue. You _can_ do it, but it's a bad
- Jonathan M Davis
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