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Chapter 17 Exceptions and Assertions

Chapter 17 Exceptions and Assertions

Chapter 17 Exceptions and Assertions. Objectives. To know what is exception and what is exception handling (§17.2). To distinguish exception types: Error (fatal) vs. Exception (non-fatal), and checked vs. uncheck exceptions (§17.2). To declare exceptions in the method header (§17.3).

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Chapter 17 Exceptions and Assertions

Chapter 17 Exceptions and Assertions

Chapter 17 Exceptions and Assertions. Objectives. To know what is exception and what is exception handling (§17.2). To distinguish exception types: Error (fatal) vs. Exception (non-fatal), and checked vs. uncheck exceptions (§17.2). To declare exceptions in the method header (§17.3).

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