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`yeet new std::triggered();` feels like something more inline with millennials. I see and hear that word used a lot in terms of something someone takes exception to.

However, I may misunderstand the usage because I’ve heard it used in patronizing ways too.

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*Image Transcription: Code*

[*Pictured: two open files*]

[*First file:*]

#define yeet throw

[*Second file:*]

if (tRsp.error) {
yeet new std::exception();
}

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