typedef void (*unexpected_handler)();
Type of unexpected handler function
This is a typedef of a void function with no parameters, used as the argument and return type in function set_unexpected.

An unexpected handler function is a function called when a function throws an exception that is not in its dynamic-exception-specification (i.e., in its throw specifier).

For more info, see the reference for set_unexpected, which is the function used to set a function of this type as the active unexpected handler.


The use of dynamic-exception-specifiers is deprecated (since C++11).

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