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It is no longer possible to consider exception handling as a secondary issue in language design, or even worse, a mechanism added after the fact via a library approach. Exception handling is a primary feature in language design and must be integrated with other major features, including advanced control flow, objects, coroutines, concurrency, realtime and polymorphism. Integration is crucial as there are both obvious and subtle interactions between exception handling and other languagedoi:10.1109/32.877844 fatcat:buaf3hw2tbbenpod3hjkd24754