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can anyone tell me about exceptions caught by java runtime... ie it need not be explicitly caught by catch statements....?? can anyone explain it briefly with example....that is i want the difrnce between the 2
Jesper de Jong
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Have a look at these:

jGuru: What are the differences betweeb checked and unchecked exceptions?
JavaWorld: Exceptions in Java
Understanding Java Exceptions
Java Practices: Checked versus unchecked exceptions

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