Automatic Detection and Masking of Non-Atomic Exception Handling

  title={Automatic Detection and Masking of Non-Atomic Exception Handling},
  author={Christof Fetzer and Karin H{\"o}gstedt and Pascal Felber},
The development of robust software is a difficult undertaking, and is becoming increasingly more important as applications grow larger and more complex. Although modern programming languages such as C++ and Java provide sophisticated exception handling mechanisms to detect and correct runtime error conditions, exception handling code must still be programmed with care to preserve application consistency. In particular, exception handling is only effective if the premature termination of a… CONTINUE READING


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