Exception Handling in Java:
An exception (or exceptional event) is a problem that arises during the execution of a program. The exception handling in java is one of the powerful mechanism to handle the runtime errors so that normal flow of the application can be maintained.
In this page, we will learn about java exception and how it works with the help of a case study.
Through this training we shall learn this process in detail. All the lectures are explained with examples and source codes to help you learn better.
The training includes the following;
- Making a music machine (the BeatBox)
- What if you need to call risky code?
- Exceptions say “something bad may have happened…”
- The compiler guarantees (it checks) that you’re aware of the risks
- Catching exceptions using a try/catch (skateboarder)
- Flow control in try/catch blocks
- The finally block (no matter what happens, turn off the oven!)
- Catching multiple exceptions (the order matters)
- Declaring an exception (just duck it)
- Handle or declare law
- New features in version of java
- Anyone who wants to advance their knowledge in Java.
- Anyone appearing for Java-related exams or certifications
- Java Programmer
- Basic knowledge of Java
- Knowledge of OOP concepts