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Checked vs. unchecked exceptions

Checked vs. unchecked exceptions: Java Essential Training: Objects and APIs
Checked vs. unchecked exceptions: Java Essential Training: Objects and APIs

Java exceptions come in two main flavors—runtime and throwable. A runtime exception doesn’t have to be declared, but if it isn’t caught and handled, it causes the application to exit—sometimes ungracefully. A throwable exception, on the other hand, requires code to catch it. The difference between the two lies in the class hierarchy.

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