Fundamentals of Computer Science II (CSC-152 99F)


Class 12: When Things Go Wrong

Back to Loops. On to Exceptions, Continued.

Held Wednesday, September 15, 1999

Overview

Today, we will consider exceptions, Java's standard mechanism that permits programmers to indicate, discover, and recover from some errors in programs.

Notes

Contents

Summary


Problems in Programs

Handling Errors

Exceptions and Exception Handling

Using Methods That Throw Exceptions

Optionally-Catchable Exceptions


History

Tuesday, 10 August 1999

Wednesday, 15 September 1999

Back to Loops. On to Exceptions, Continued.


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