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Java Exception Handling

Java Exception Handling – AbstractMethodError

Moving along through our in-depth Java Exception Handling series, today we’ll be going over the AbstractMethodError. This error is thrown when there are incompatibilities between compiled classes/JAR files using abstract methods. Throughout this article we’ll examine the AbstractMethodError by looking at where it fits into the overall Java Exception Hierarchy…. continue reading →

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Java Exception Handling – MalformedURLException

Moving along through the in-depth Java Exception Handling series we’ve been going through, we next arrive at the MalformedURLException. A MalformedURLException is thrown when the built-in URL class encounters an invalid URL; specifically, when the protocol that is provided is missing or invalid. In today’s article we’ll examine the MalformedURLException… continue reading →

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Java Exception Handling – NotSerializableException

Continuing along through our in-depth Java Exception Handling series, today we’ll be looking into the NotSerializableException. The NotSerializableException is thrown when attempting to serialize or deserialize an object that does not implement the java.io.Serializable interface. Throughout this article we’ll get into the nitty gritty of the NotSerializableException, starting with where… continue reading →

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Java Exception Handling – SocketTimeoutException

Making our way through our in-depth Java Exception Handling series, today we’ll be going over the SocketTimeoutException. As you may suspect based on the name, the SocketTimeoutException is thrown when a timeout occurs during a read or acceptance message within a socket connection. Throughout this article we’ll explore the SocketTimeoutException… continue reading →

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Java Exception Handling – UnsupportedOperationException

Making our way through our detailed Java Exception Handling series, today we’ll dive into the UnsupportedOperationException. The UnsupportedOperationException is used by a number of built-in Java methods to indicate that the method in question is not currently implemented. This is functionally similar to exceptions found in other languages, such as… continue reading →