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frnds,
without the constructor of the subclass throwing IOException..can i use keep the super in try catch block...
why 1 is not correct..

please explain..
 
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Hi...

super() must be the first statement in a constructor ...if you are trying to
write it yourself..

Below code gives compilation error ...stating that super should be the first statement in a constructor



Hope you got it

Whats the answer given in the source ....of this question..

Regards
[ November 04, 2005: Message edited by: A Kumar ]
 
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thanks kumar...i forgot this concept only...i suppose the answer was it could not be done ....without the subclass throwing the exception ...
thanks
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