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QuestionDesign-Question: Using ReturnValue or Throwing Exception Pin
Frygreen6-Feb-18 11:06
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I have an Account class, which has a function
double WithDraw(double amountToWithdraw) {
...some code here....
}

If the balance of this account is <= 0, then what should I do?
==> throw an exception (which one?)
==> return 0.0 with some additional information? (in which way?)

I guess:
a) throwing an exception could be wrong, because this scenario is not "exceptional", but standard
b) returning some additional information requires to return a object with additional attributes or a reference to an object in the parameterlist. Seems to be crazy too.
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