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Function template make_exception_handler



// In header: <boost/log/utility/exception_handler.hpp>

template<typename... ExceptionsT, typename HandlerT> 
  nothrow_exception_handler< MPL_sequence_of_ExceptionsT, HandlerT > 
  make_exception_handler(HandlerT const & handler, std::nothrow_t const &);


The function creates an exception handler functional object. The handler will call to the user-specified functional object with an exception as its argument. If the exception type cannot be identified, the handler will call the user-defined functor with no arguments, instead of propagating exception to the caller. All expected exception types should be specified as first template parameters explicitly, in the order they would be specified in a corresponding try/catch statement.

This is an overloaded member function, provided for convenience. It differs from the above function only in what argument(s) it accepts.



User-defined functional object that will receive exceptions.


A nullary functional object that should be called from within a catch statement.