Exception handling is a mechanism that allows two separately developed program components to communicate when a program anomaly, called an exception, is encountered during the execution of the program.   OOP error handling style provides programmers with a way of handling errors where they are most naturally handled   Designed to handle only synchronous exceptions; asynchronous exceptions require fundamentally different approaches.   Exception-handling mechanism in C++ is a non-local control structure based on stack unwinding that can be seen as an alternative return mechanism.   There are legitimate uses of exception that have nothing to do with errors .http://www.learncpp.com/cpp-tutorial/152-basic-exception-handling/

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