Lesson 12 - Exceptions and Errors in Java for the Second Time
In the previous Java exception lesson, we showed the basics of exception handling. But what is an exception and what is so magical about methods that throw them? Java has an advanced internal hierarchy of exceptions and several mechanisms associated with it, which we're going to describe in detail in today's Java tutorial. Let's take a look at it.
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