What happens when a function throws an exception that was not specified by an exception specification for this function?

What happens when a function throws an exception that was not specified by an exception specification for this function?

Unexpected() is called, which, by default, will eventually trigger abort(). 

By:Umang
Date:2002-01-09 00:00:00

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