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Illustrates exception handling and inheritance. illustrates base and derived classes, exception handling, and inheritance. illustrates base and privately derived classes, exception handling, and inheritance. illustrates catching a derived class exception. illustrates function exception specifications and inheritance. illustrates detecting the type of an object through the use of an abstract base class code and type casting an abstract base class pointer. illustrates double dispatch. illustrates the dynamic_cast () operator.

For an introduction to Smalltalk, refer to, for example, Budd (1987). Oberon-2 evolved from Oberon, which in turn evolved from Pascal and Modula-2. In Oberon-2, classes are represented as records which encapsulate both data and procedures, rather than by introducing an additional class construct. Oberon-2 integrates with the Oberon operating system, which provides run-time support for Oberon-2 programs. Refer to Mossenbock (1993) for details of how to obtain the Oberon-2 compiler and Oberon system.

Illustrates both catch-int and catch-all statements. illustrates throwing an exception from outside a try block. illustrates the try-catch-throw setup from within a function. illustrates exception specifications. illustrates re-throwing an exception. illustrates the set_termina te () function. illustrates the set_unexpected () function. illustrates calls to constructors, copy constructors and destructors with exception handling. template class Vector with exception handling. tests the exception handling features of the template class Vector.

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