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The -> synonym is wrong.

Specifically, Catch is also a C++ unit testing framework. A question that wants to be tagged Catch, as in, the unit testing framework, really does not want to be tagged , as in the exception handling.

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Why would someone need [try-catch] tag in first line? – Danubian Sailor Oct 31 '13 at 10:40
There is a catch-unit-test tag. Both synonyms are correct in their own way, really. – doppelgreener Oct 31 '13 at 13:17
@ukaszL.: Because you have a question about exception handling? try{ /* do something dangerous here */ } catch(Exception ex) { /* handle exception, yo */ } – Won't Oct 31 '13 at 14:52
There's a catch-unit-test tag because I just made a catch-unit-test tag for one question I just had about Catch. – DeadMG Oct 31 '13 at 21:39