pcl::CaughtException Class Reference

An exception that has already been handled. More...

#include <Exception.h>

+ Inheritance diagram for pcl::CaughtException:

Public Member Functions

 CaughtException ()=default
 CaughtException (const pcl::CaughtException &)=default
- Public Member Functions inherited from pcl::Exception
 Exception ()=default
 Exception (const pcl::Exception &)=default
virtual ~Exception ()
virtual String Caption () const
virtual String ExceptionClass () const
virtual String FormatInfo () const
virtual String Message () const
virtual void Show () const

Additional Inherited Members

- Static Public Member Functions inherited from pcl::Exception
static void DisableConsoleOutput (bool disable=true)
static void DisableGUIOutput (bool disable=true)
static void EnableConsoleOutput (bool=true)
static void EnableGUIOutput (bool=true)
static bool IsConsoleOutputEnabled ()
static bool IsGUIOutputEnabled ()

Detailed Description

CaughtException is used to signal exceptions requiring no additional processing. CaughtException is useful to terminate a process (by branching execution to a catch() block) without causing generation of further error messages.

Definition at line 566 of file Exception.h.

Constructor & Destructor Documentation

◆ CaughtException() [1/2]

pcl::CaughtException::CaughtException ( )

Constructs a CaughtException object.

◆ CaughtException() [2/2]

pcl::CaughtException::CaughtException ( const pcl::CaughtException )

Copy constructor.

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