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Explain unexpected() function?

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unexpected() is called when a function with an exception specification throws an exception of a type that is not listed in the exception specification for the function
A function declaration without a specification like throw(char*) may throw any type of exception, and one with throw() is not allowed to throw exceptions at all.

By default unexpected() calls terminate().

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