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    difference b/w Unchecked and checked Exception

    difference b/w Unchecked and checked Exception


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    Re: difference b/w Unchecked and checked Exception

    Checked exception is an exception that you have to handle in your program.
    EG: IOException

    Unchecked exceptions are not required to be handled in the program
    EG: NullPointerException


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    Re: difference b/w Unchecked and checked Exception

    Checked Exceptions are checked by the compiler during the compile time so if you have not handled (using try/catch or throws) the checked exception you wud not be able to complie the class. Ex:IOException
    Unchecked exceptions are the exception that are not checked by the complier and will be thrown only at run time by the JVM itself for ex: NullPointerException, ArrayIndexOutOfBounds exception

    -hope it helps.


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    Re: difference b/w Unchecked and checked Exception

    The exceptions which occur outside try block and remain undetected are known as unchecked exceptions.If such kind of exception occurs then the function containing the exception gets terminated immediately by calling abort() function.


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