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what is error?

arden liu
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any statement that may throw an Excetpion must be enclosed in a try bolck.
Nicholas Cheung
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any statement that may throw an Excetpion must be enclosed in a try bolck.



It should be any statement that may throw checked (or non-runtime) excetpion must be enclosed in a try-catch block.

Nick


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arden liu
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But in that sentence, it is an Exception, I think it is one instance of Exception, such as new Exception().
maybe the statement should change Exception into exception, it is very more clear.
Thanks anyway.
 
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