C++ coroutines: What does it mean when I declare my coroutine as noexcept?--Raymond Chen

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C++ coroutines: What does it mean when I declare my coroutine as noexcept?

by Raymond Chen

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Suppose you want a coroutine that terminates on unhandled exceptions, or equivalently (looking at it from the consumer side) a coroutine that never throws an exception when awaited. For regular functions, the way to say this is to put the noexcept exception specification on your function declaration...

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