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GeneralRe: .NET Core Everywhere, even Win 3.11 Pin
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Greg Utas21-Jan-20 5:34
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In the Points of Interest section at the end of this article[^], I mention why I loathe noexcept. It should never have been allowed in any case, for the same reason that
  • inline has been effectively repurposed
  • register has been deleted
  • there is a proposal to remove volatile
That is, telling the compiler what to do (inline, register) clutters the language with noise, and compilers that introduce errors during optimization (hence the need for volatile) should be taken out and shot.

A noexcept function can call functions that throw. But if one of them throws, abort will get invoked.
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