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Check my answer To prevent code which follows a try block from being executed when an exception is caught, you can: does this mean statements under tryblk --finally or other statements or both??? a) Code an end clause. //f b) Code a return statement in the finally clause. //u cannot have statements underneath this compiler gives error c) Code a return statement in the catch clause. //excutes finally but not statements underneath d) Call System.exit() in the catch clause. //does not execute finally I think with respect to this situation c and d are correct.Because finally is a optional one.So, there is no problem if finally is not present.I think the context of this question is finally is not present.Then straight the asnwers are c and d