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std::bad_function_call: std::bad_function_call

NAME

std::bad_function_call - std::bad_function_call

Synopsis


Defined in header <functional>
class bad_function_call; (since C++11)


std::bad_function_call is the type of the exception thrown by std::function::operator() if the function wrapper has no target.
 std-bad function call-inheritance.svg
Inheritance diagram

Member functions


              constructs the bad_function_call object
constructor (public member function)


 std::bad_function_call::bad_function_call()


bad_function_call() noexcept;


Constructs a new instance of std::bad_function_call.

Parameters


(none)


Inherited from std::exception

Member functions


destructor destroys the exception object
             (virtual public member function of std::exception)
[virtual]


what returns an explanatory string
             (virtual public member function of std::exception)
[virtual]

Example


// Run this code


  #include <iostream>
  #include <functional>


  int main()
  {
      std::function<int()> f = nullptr;
      try {
          f();
      } catch(const std::bad_function_call& e) {
          std::cout << e.what() << '\n';
      }
  }

Possible output:


  bad function call

See also


function wraps callable object of any type with specified function call signature
         (class template)
(C++11)