Computer Science Fundamentals (CS153 2004S)

Class 34: When Things Go Wrong

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Held: Thursday, 1 April 2004

Summary: Today we discuss the problems that may occur in programs and procedures and techniques for indicating and recovering from those problems, particularly Java's exceptions.

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Overview:

Problems in Programs

Handling Errors

Exceptions and Exception Handling

Using Methods That Throw Exceptions

Optionally-Catchable Exceptions

Throwing Exceptions

Defining Your Own Kinds of Exceptions

 

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