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Defined in header <exception>
(until C++11)
std::terminate_handler set_terminate( std::terminate_handler f ) noexcept;
(since C++11)

Makes f the new global terminate handler function and returns the previously installed std::terminate_handler.

This function is thread-safe. Every call to std::set_terminate synchronizes-with (see std::memory_order) the subsequent std::set_terminate and std::get_terminate

(since C++11)

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[edit] Parameters

f - pointer to function of type std::terminate_handler, or null pointer

[edit] Return value

The previously-installed terminate handler, or a null pointer value if none was installed.

[edit] Example

#include <iostream>
#include <cstdlib>
#include <exception>
 
int main()
{
    std::set_terminate([](){ std::cout << "Unhandled exception\n"; std::abort();});
    throw 1;
}

Possible output:

Unhandled exception
bash: line 7:  7743 Aborted                 (core dumped) ./a.out

[edit] See also

function called when exception handling fails
(function) [edit]
obtains the current terminate_handler
(function) [edit]
the type of the function called by std::terminate
(typedef) [edit]