- If a transaction triggers an exception, then:
- The value transfer from sender to recipient still takes place
This doesn't match my understanding, my tests or, I think, the Yellow Paper which says in section 8 (my emphasis),
if the execution halts in an exceptional fashion (i.e. due to an exhausted gas supply, stack underflow, invalid jump destination or invalid instruction)... the state is reverted to the point immediately prior to balance transfer
So, is the Subtleties paper just incorrect on this, or am I misunderstanding something?