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__declspec(nothrow)

The __declspec(nothrow) attribute asserts that a call to a function never results in a C++ exception being propagated from the callee into the caller.

The ARM library headers automatically add this qualifier to declarations of C functions that, according to the ISO C Standard, can never throw an exception. However, there are some restrictions on the unwinding tables produced for the C library functions that might throw an exception in a C++ context, for example, bsearch and qsort.

Note

This __declspec attribute has the function attribute equivalent __attribute__((nothrow)).

Usage

If the compiler knows that a function can never throw an exception, it might be able to generate smaller exception-handling tables for callers of that function.

Restrictions

If a call to a function results in a C++ exception being propagated from the callee into the caller, the behavior is undefined.

This modifier is ignored when not compiling with exceptions enabled.

Example

struct S
{
    ~S();
};
__declspec(nothrow) extern void f(void);
void g(void)
{
    S s;
    f();
}
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