5 years ago in UGC CS - December 2012

# Which of the following are two special functions that are meant for handling exception, that occur during exception handling itself ?

[A] Void terminate ( ) and Void unexpected ( )
[B] Non void terminate ( ) and void unexpected ( )
[C] Void terminate ( ) and non void unexpected ( )
[D] Non void terminate ( ) and non void unexpected ( )

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