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Ch 9: Java Exceptions

About This Chapter

Check out this chapter as you brush up on the concepts of Java exceptions. Whether you are studying for a certification exam or just trying to expand your knowledge of Java, these lessons provide thorough explanations that are full of definitions and real world examples.

Java Exceptions: Chapter Summary

Individuals who use programming languages on the job need to understand the various aspects about how these languages work, and this chapter can teach you more about using Java exceptions. Each of these lessons provides an extensive discussion on each of the major types of exceptions to help you become aware of what these exceptions may do to your projects.

We design our chapters for users of all levels. Those who possess less knowledge of Java exceptions may want to start at the first lesson in the chapter and go through each lesson in order. Those who possess a better understanding of Java can scroll through the chapter menu and focus on the lessons that seem less familiar. You can go through the lessons in any order, re-examine them repeatedly, and use all of the other learning tools we offer.

At the end of this chapter, you should have developed the skills necessary to help you do the following:

  • Understand exceptions in Java and identify examples
  • Show the try and catch method for handling exceptions
  • Determine how multiple exceptions can be caught
  • Differentiate between unchecked and checked exceptions
  • List the characteristics of nested exceptions

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