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understanding when JVM might exit

nitinram agarwal
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I was reading some article regarding exception handling and came across the following comment that the finally block may not be executed if the JVM exits. so I tried with the following simple example



and can see that the SOP in the finally block is not printing.
I want to understand the other scenarios in which the JVM might exit. I tried putting some code in the try block which throws ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException but it is printing the statement in the finally block.
Campbell Ritchie
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Look at this post.
nitinram agarwal
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thanks a lot for pointing to the article . it was reallly very useful
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You're welcome And the bit about the meteor is so memorable
 
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