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Lesson 21 - Exceptions in C++

In the previous lesson, Diary with a database in C++, we programmed a C++ diary. It was a refresher on the vector container and date/time manipulation. In today's C++ tutorial, we're going to work with exceptions which we use to deal with program's error states.

Errors will often occur in our programs. I'm not referring to errors caused due to poorly written code, we can avoid such errors pretty well. I'm main


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This tutorial is all about exceptions in C++, try-catch blocks, and other exception-related techniques.

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