You can try a number of different approaches:

#pragma exception_handler to catch the exception and
deal with it


Thanks, Simon.
The problem is that I cannot yet find the particular error code, after which the program does not work any more!
Of course there is a possibility to intercept everything :-)
But I've been also thinking in another direction: may be there is a way to make an assumption on if the program completed successfully or crashed according to the value of *fpr pointer? For example if I will set it to NULL always after closing file manually. But can I assume, that its value will retian on the next call?
Maybe I have to make *fpr static or declare it outside main(), that is the same, as I understand...
Is my understanding correct, that if *fpr is static, then it is initialized to NULL and if automatic - no?




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