std::logic_error man page

std::logic_error — One of two subclasses of exception.


Inherits std::exception.

Inherited by __gnu_pbds::container_error, std::domain_error, std::experimental::fundamentals_v1::bad_optional_access, std::future_error, std::invalid_argument, std::length_error, and std::out_of_range.

Public Member Functions

logic_error (const string &__arg) _GLIBCXX_TXN_SAFE

logic_error (const char *) _GLIBCXX_TXN_SAFE

virtual const char * what () const _GLIBCXX_TXN_SAFE_DYN noexcept

Detailed Description

One of two subclasses of exception.

Logic errors represent problems in the internal logic of a program; in theory, these are preventable, and even detectable before the program runs (e.g., violations of class invariants).

Definition at line 113 of file stdexcept.

Constructor & Destructor Documentation

std::logic_error::logic_error (const string & __arg) [explicit]

Takes a character string describing the error.

Member Function Documentation

virtual const char* std::logic_error::what () const [virtual], [noexcept]

Returns a C-style character string describing the general cause of the current error (the same string passed to the ctor).

Reimplemented from std::exception.

Reimplemented in std::future_error.


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