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On Wed, 2008-04-16 at 17:45 +0900, Matt Todd wrote:

> I'd much rather be damn sure and also have exception handling for what
> I don't expect.



> You know, because exceptions to the rules of life can happen and they
> aren't always what you expect. Because life isn't always as linear as
> we'd hope.


Is there any (serious) language made after, say, 1985 that doesn't have
exception handling?  Static typing or dynamic typing, strong typing or
weak typing -- they pretty much all have some kind of exception handling
mechanism.

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