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Handle exceptions with try-catch

Handle exceptions with try-catch: Java Essential Training: Objects and APIs
Handle exceptions with try-catch: Java Essential Training: Objects and APIs

Whenever you write code that could potentially throw an exception at runtime, you can wrap that code or surround it in a try-catch block. The code you want to execute goes in a try clause, defined by a code block. You can then define one or more catch clauses, each handling a different kind of exception. When an exception occurs, the flow jumps to the appropriate catch clause.

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