Adding 'throws MyException' to main() would solve this, but why am I getting this error in the finally block,while a very similar throw inside catch block works fine.
I just want JVM's default handler to catch the exception I throw from finally. Same with catch is very fine. Default handler gets it.
Is there something i'm doing wrong? Is there any helping explanation?
Thanks David & Campbell...I completely get that Checked/UnChecked Exceptions
I just have one more question in store, regarding this.
I tried extending 'RuntimeException' class instead of 'Exception' so that my custom exception could be an unchecked one, but i'm getting compile errors like
I just have extended RuntimeException which IS-A Throwable instance,right? though not directly. Can we not make our custom exceptions UnChecked?
oops..my mistake,my mistake. works fine when i subclass RuntimeException.
I just used 'RunTimeException' instead of 'RuntimeException'. I got some 7 compile errors..didn just focus on the very first one - cannot find symbol.
really am sorry to bother you people.
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