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Thinking in Java
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Error handling

Error handling in C is a notorious problem, and one that is often ignored—finger-crossing is usually involved. If you’re building a large, complex program, there’s nothing worse than having an error buried somewhere with no clue as to where it came from. Java exception handling is a way to guarantee that an error is noticed, and that something happens as a result.
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