C++ coroutines: What happens if an exception occurs in my return_value?--Raymond Chen

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C++ coroutines: What happens if an exception occurs in my return_value?

by Raymond Chen

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When I introduced a basic implementation of a promise type, I noted that the return_value method or return_void method is called when the coroutine performs a co_return. But what happens if the return_value or return_void method raises an exception?

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