Exception Handling in Java
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Conclusion

Using exceptions in a program provides us with various advantages.

In traditional style of programming, detection and handling of an error results in a disorganized code, whereas exception give us the advantage of separating the normal flow of program logic from the code that handles when something abnormal happens.

Exceptions give us the scope of organizing and differentiating between different error types using a separate block of codes.

One of the significant features which exception provides is the ability to propagate the error reporting up the call stack of methods.

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