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Exception Throw vs Compilation

 
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Hi Team

i am beginner in java,and  i am following the This book Jeanne Boyarsky, Scott Selikoff-OCA_ Oracle Certified Associate Java SE 8 Programmer I Study Guide_ Exam 1Z0-808-Sybex (2014) for exam

i am trying to resolve the question of chapter 3 based on strings and arrays

but i am very much confused between exception throwing and compilation error.

please help me to sort it out.

 
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The two are more or less unrelated. If you could explain more precisely what is confusing you, that would be helpful. For example you mentioned "the question of chapter 3 based on strings and arrays". Telling us what the question is would be a good start. Then telling us what you think about it and why that leads you to make the post you just made, that would be helpful too.
 
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