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Debugging exceptions in C++

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When an exception gets thrown while debugging C++ code in VS2005, you can trace back to the point where the exception was caught, but I haven't seen a way to go from there to the place where it was thrown, which I would find a much more interesting point in the code. Is there a way to quickly trace to the point where the exception is thrown? The code that throws it is huge, not written by me and not supposed to be touched by me.

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Click on "Exceptions..." in the "Debug" menu of the IDE. You can tell the debugger to break when certain types of exception are thrown.

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