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DHIRAJ LOTLIKAR
DHIRAJ LOTLIKAR
Information Technology
25 Jan 2019

What are different exceptions in java?

You must be familiar with the try-catch and multiple catch blocks, let us now see few other exceptions in java.

1) The Throws/Throw keyword: If a method does not handle a check exception , the method must declare it using throws keyword. It appears at the end of the method's signature.

You can throw an exception, either a newly initiated one or an exception that you just catch using the throw keyword. Throws is used to postpone the handling of a checked exception and throw is used to explicitly invoke an exception.

2) The Finally block: The finally block is follows by try block or catch block. A finally block executes irrespective of any exception. Using finally block you can execute statements that that you want to execute even it there occurs exception.

3) try-with-resources: Whenever we use resources we have to explicitly close them using finally block. This is a new exception handling mechanism also referred as automatic resource management. This was introduced in java 7 which automatically closes the resources used within try-catch blocks. To use this statement you simply need to declare the resources within the parenthesis as shown below,

try(FileReader fr = new FileReader("file path")) {
// use the resource
} catch () {
// body of catch
}
}
4) User defined exception: You can create your own exception in java under certain points.

5)JVM exceptions: These exception are thrown by the JVM. Examples, ClassCastException, ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException etc.

6)Programmatic exceptions: This exception are thrown by the application or the API programmers.