Compilation error - no matching function for call to 'Exception::Exception(Exception)'


I can not solve this problem for a while. I would be glad for some
advice.


When I try to throw an exception (self created one
in Java style)


throw Exception ();
/>

compiler make a protest:


DataTypes/Date.cpp:24:
error: no matching function for call to
`Exception::Exception(Exception)'
DataTypes/Date.cpp:24: error:
in thrown expression


It does not work with any of the
constructors I have. What is the problem?
Here is header file of
the Exception:


class Exception
{
public: /> Exception(void);
ex

I can not solve this problem for a while. I would be glad for some
advice.


When I try to throw an exception (self created one
in Java style)


throw Exception ();
/>

compiler make a protest:


DataTypes/Date.cpp:24:
error: no matching function for call to
`Exception::Exception(Exception)'
DataTypes/Date.cpp:24: error:
in thrown expression


It does not work with any of the
constructors I have. What is the problem?
Here is header file of
the Exception:


class Exception
{
public: /> Exception(void);
ex
Programming Languages
class ScopedShit
{
public:
ScopedShit() { /> cout << "ScopedShit()" << endl;
}

~ScopedShit() {
cout << "~ScopedShit()" <<
endl;
}
};
void foo()
{
ScopedShit
ss;
int x = 0;
int y = 5 / x;
}
int
main()
{
__try {
foo();
}

__except(true) {
cout << "Continuing..." <<
endl;
}
}

Output:



ScopedShit()



Continuing...


I'm
rea

Programming Languages

Using .NET 3.5, ASP.NET, Enterprise Library 4.1 Exception Handling
and Logging blocks, I wrote a custom exception handler to display a
standard error page, as follows:

/>[ConfigurationElementType(typeof(CustomHandlerData))] />public class PageExceptionHandler : IExceptionHandler {

public PageExceptionHandler(NameValueCollection ignore) {

}
public Exception HandleException(Exception ex, Guid
handlingInstanceID) {
HttpResponse response =
HttpContext.Current.Response;
response.Clear();

response.ContentEncoding = Encoding.UTF8;

response.ContentType = "text/html";
ASP & ASP.net

I have written a command manager that uses reflection to make calls
to various methods and it works wonderfully except that when an
exception happens in one of the handlers the break into debugging
happens in the command manager and not at the point the exception was
originally thrown. Is there a way to get it to break into the
exception immediately rather than at the point I call Invoke?

Programming Languages

I've created a concatenate/1 function, which should
concatenate a list of lists and atoms:



concatenate(L)->                             
concatenate(L,[]).


concatenate([],R)->
reverse(R);
concatenate([H|T],R) when is_atom(H) ->
concatenate(T,[H|R]);
concatenate([[]|L],R)->
concatenate(L,R);
concatenate([[H|T]|L],R)->
concatenate([T|L],[H|R]).


However I get the error:



15> ml:concatenate([[1,2],4,[3,4,5],[5,6]]).
** exception error: no function clause matching
ml:concatenate([4,[3,4,5],[5,6]],[2,1]) (ml.erl,
line 27)


which I believe should match, because of the second
concatenate/2 clause.



May I ask, what am I doing wrong here?

Web Development

I have a recursive template in a Meteor application that builds
tree structure with unlimited levels. The template works ok with small
trees but when I test application on real data with many tree levels
then I get the following two exceptions in console and no part of the
tree gets rendered:



> Exception from Tracker recompute function: Node was
not found
> meteor....3d493c5 (line 883)
>
> Exception from Tracker recompute function: too much recursion
>
_.forEach@http://localhost:3000/packages/underscore.js?0a80a8623e1b40b5df5a05582f288ddd586eaa18:156:7
>
ClassHandler<.parseValue@http://localhost:3000/packages/blaze.js?77c0809654ee3a10dcd5a4f961fb1437e7957d33:1115:5
>
DiffingAttributeHandler<.update@http://localhost:3000/packages/blaze.js?77c0809654ee3a10dcd5a4f961fb1437e7957d33:1084:9
> etc. This is a very long stack


I'm not sure what "Node was not found" exception is about. I added
it to the post because it seems to be related to the next one, which
makes more sense. Is there a way to fix this?



UPDATE:



The amount of levels is actually not very large - the deepest
branch is less than 10 levels. Also, I just noticed that the tree does
get rendered in Chrome. The browser I see bug in is IceWeasel/Firefox
32.1.0 on Debian Linux.

Web Development

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