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To complete the whole picture we have to provide a convenien t way to register new assertion failure behaviours: template class EnableAssert { static_assert ( std ::is_base_of::value, “TAssert class must be derived class of Assert” ); public : typedef TAssert AssertType; template EnableAssert(Params&&… args) : assert_( std ::forward(args)…), prevAssert_(AssertManager::instance().res et(&assert_)) { } ~EnableAssert() { AssertManager::instance().reset(prevAssert_ ); } private : AssertType assert_; Assert* prevAssert_; }; Assertion 54 From now on, all we have do is to instantiate object of EnableAssert with the behaviour that we want. Note that constructor of EnableAssert class can receive any number of parameters and forwards them to the constructor of the internal assert_ object. int main ( int argc, const char * argv) { … Led led; embxx::util::EnableAssert assertio n(led); … // Rest of the code } If there is a need to temporarily override the previous assertion failure behaviour, just create another EnableAssert object. Once the latter is out of scope (the object is destru cted), previous behaviour will be restored. int main ( int argc, const char * argv) { … Led led; embxx::util::EnableAssert assertio n(led); … { embxx::util::EnableAssert othe rAssertion(… /* some params */ ); … } // restore previous registered behaviour – LedOnAss ert. } SUMMARY : The approach described above provides a flexible and convenie nt way to control how the failures of various debug mode checks are reported to the developer. 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