This class defines the type of objects thrown as exceptions to report an invalid argument.
This class is designed so that any program, not just the elements of the standard library, can throw it as an exception. The constructor of bitset (bitset::bitset) can throw this exception.
It is defined as:
- The constructor takes a standard string object as parameter. This value is stored in the object, and its value is used to generate the C-string returned by its inherited member what.
The class inherits the what member function from exception, along with its copy constructor and asignment operator member functions.
Invalid argument: bitset::_M_copy_from_string
|exception||Standard exception class (class)|
|logic_error||Logic error exception (class)|
|runtime_error||Runtime error exception (class)|
|domain_error||Domain error exception (class)|
|length_error||Length error exception (class)|
|out_of_range||Out-of-range exception (class)|