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Ambiguous "finally" question

Rick O'Shay
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Q. If an exception is not caught finally is run and the rest of the method is skipped.

There are two interpretations of "not caught" so I would rephrase this as "If an exception is thrown and not caught" just to be clear. The other interpretation of "not caught" is not supplying a catch clause.
Jim Yingst
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Agreed.

Was this from a particular mock exam somewhere?


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Stuart Gray
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Isn't finally always run, even if an exception is not thrown? This makes the question even less clear IMHO.
 
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