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Exception Handling In Java

Exception Handling is the mechanism to handle runtime malfunctions. We need to handle such exceptions to prevent abrupt termination of program. The term exception means exceptional condition, it is a problem that may arise during …

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Exception Handling Mechanism

n java, exception handling is done using five keywords, try catch throw throws finally Exception handling is done by transferring the execution of a program to an appropriate exception handler when exception occurs. Using try …

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Try with Resource Statement

JDK 7 introduces a new version of try statement known as try-with-resources statement. This feature add another way to exception handling with resources management,it is also referred to as automatic resource management. Syntax try(resource-specification) { …

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throw Keyword in java

the throw keyword is used to throw an exception explicitly. The only object of the Throwable class or its sub classes can be thrown. Program execution stops on encountering throw statement, and the closest catch …

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User defined Exception subclass

You can also create your own exception sub class simply by extending java Exception class. You can define a constructor for your Exception sub class (not compulsory) and you can override the toString() function to …

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Method Overriding with Exception Handling

There are few things to remember when overriding a method with exception handling. If super class method does not declare any exception, then sub class overriden method cannot declare checked exception but it can declare …

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Chained Exception

Chained Exception was added to Java in JDK 1.4. This feature allow you to relate one exception with another exception, i.e one exception describes cause of another exception. For example, consider a situation in which …

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Exception Handling

Chained Exception was added to Java in JDK 1.4. This feature allow you to relate one exception with another exception, i.e one exception describes cause of another exception. For example, consider a situation in which …

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