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I got a code. But it is not working
compilation error is - undefined symbol try , throw , catch.
I am using C++ compler version 3.0. Is this version not enough. Or any header file is to be included for exception handling. Please help me

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Whose c++ compiler? Borland? Then you probably need a newer compiler because that one is pretty old and obsolete. You can download free several compilers, such as VC++ 2008 Express, Dev-C++ and Code::Blocks. Just google and you will find the links.

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Can you tell me which compiler(version) is suitable for doing exception handling?

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Can you tell me which compiler(version) is suitable for doing exception handling?

Have you ever read Ancient Dragon's post?
Use Code::Blocks IDE with MinGW compiler (the same as frozen Dev-C++ IDE used):
http://www.codeblocks.org/

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Visual C++ Express also has some nice stuff to it...so it's worth looking at both that and Code::Blocks and seeing which you prefer to work with....also VC++ allows you to used managed C++.

P.S If the you have your solution please mark the thread as solved.

Chris

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