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// Copyright 2017 The Abseil Authors.
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#include <string>
namespace absl {
inline namespace lts_2018_12_18 {
namespace base_internal {
// Helper functions that allow throwing exceptions consistently from anywhere.
// The main use case is for header-based libraries (eg templates), as they will
// be built by many different targets with their own compiler options.
// In particular, this will allow a safe way to throw exceptions even if the
// caller is compiled with -fno-exceptions. This is intended for implementing
// things like map<>::at(), which the standard documents as throwing an
// exception on error.
// Using other techniques like #if tricks could lead to ODR violations.
// You shouldn't use it unless you're writing code that you know will be built
// both with and without exceptions and you need to conform to an interface
// that uses exceptions.
[[noreturn]] void ThrowStdLogicError(const std::string& what_arg);
[[noreturn]] void ThrowStdLogicError(const char* what_arg);
[[noreturn]] void ThrowStdInvalidArgument(const std::string& what_arg);
[[noreturn]] void ThrowStdInvalidArgument(const char* what_arg);
[[noreturn]] void ThrowStdDomainError(const std::string& what_arg);
[[noreturn]] void ThrowStdDomainError(const char* what_arg);
[[noreturn]] void ThrowStdLengthError(const std::string& what_arg);
[[noreturn]] void ThrowStdLengthError(const char* what_arg);
[[noreturn]] void ThrowStdOutOfRange(const std::string& what_arg);
[[noreturn]] void ThrowStdOutOfRange(const char* what_arg);
[[noreturn]] void ThrowStdRuntimeError(const std::string& what_arg);
[[noreturn]] void ThrowStdRuntimeError(const char* what_arg);
[[noreturn]] void ThrowStdRangeError(const std::string& what_arg);
[[noreturn]] void ThrowStdRangeError(const char* what_arg);
[[noreturn]] void ThrowStdOverflowError(const std::string& what_arg);
[[noreturn]] void ThrowStdOverflowError(const char* what_arg);
[[noreturn]] void ThrowStdUnderflowError(const std::string& what_arg);
[[noreturn]] void ThrowStdUnderflowError(const char* what_arg);
[[noreturn]] void ThrowStdBadFunctionCall();
[[noreturn]] void ThrowStdBadAlloc();
// ThrowStdBadArrayNewLength() cannot be consistently supported because
// std::bad_array_new_length is missing in libstdc++ until 4.9.0.
// libcxx (as of 3.2) and msvc (as of 2015) both have it.
// [[noreturn]] void ThrowStdBadArrayNewLength();
} // namespace base_internal
} // inline namespace lts_2018_12_18
} // namespace absl