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Ritesh raushan
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what is the output of this program and how please explain .





Campbell Ritchie
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We don’t simply answer such questions. Please explain what you think the output is, and we shall say whether we agree.
You must also tell us where the question comes from.
Buddhika Mawella
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Hint : first think about java exception catching order.


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Matthew Brown
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Of course, the best way to find out for certain what the output is (once you've thought about what you think it should be) is to actually compile and run the code.
Ritesh raushan
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ouput is (Ex0 caught) but i didn't understand how did.
Tony Docherty
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What did you expect it to be and why?
Gaurangkumar Khalasi
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Because of inheritance...

Exc0 e0 = new Exc1();
Campbell Ritchie
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Gaurangkumar Khalasi wrote:Because of inheritance...

Exc0 e0 = new Exc1();
Correct. What you need to do is follow the path of execution, with a pencil on the code. You should be able to confirm that easily.
 
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