exception handling

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exception handling

[ek′sep·shən ‚hand·liŋ]
(computer science)
Programming techniques for dealing with error conditions, generally without terminating execution of the program.
(control systems)
The actions taken by a control system when unpredictable conditions or situations arise in which the controller must respond quickly.
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In Example 2, testing the error handler requires the stub for uploadingData() to have at least one case that returns a true condition.
An error handler that determines the nature of any errors in the XML document and then acts accordingly.
SoftBase's Database Rely, Data Generation Facility, Database Attach and Query Error Handler assist enterprise companies to maintain data integrity, handle batch process errors, and ensure that critical processes remain running.
In Chimera, a generic assembly language timing error handler was created.
Abort Error Class - there is always a certain defect in every workflow which will require that a file be quarantined, and Aurora offers a new abort error handler, which allows the user to specify how the abort should be handled and a quarantine location for aborted files which can be separate from the standard error-flagged files.
Therefore, an error handler routine (analogous to the event handler) is called when an error condition arises during a simulation run.
The RTOS then transfers control to an error handler that the application sets up to deal with the error.
We grouped the causes of the crashes into the following categories: pointer/array errors, not checking return codes, input functions, sub-processes, interaction effects, bad error handler, signed characters, race conditions, and currently undetermined.
Complete line/file information on incoming netlists is maintained and a comprehensive error handler is included.
1 are an error handler object that now allows centralized processing of internal, JavaScript and backend database exceptions; the ability to store find requests; an enhanced debugging environment; PDF enhancements and much more.
1 provides a reference development system (refsys) that links all of the RTOS components, such as the kernel, system management, error handler, TCP/IP stack, and PEG GUI, into a single image that runs right out of the box.
The ability to detect errors due to system failures and to guarantee automatic recovery to a known state are critical, and RDM/Vx provided such capabilities through its customizable error handler and its autorecovery feature.