Cave of Programming: "Handling Exceptions"

An exception is a runtime error that interrupts the execution of a program statement. When an exception occurs, the runtime system transfers control to either a runtime routine that handles the exception by printing a message and then terminating the program or to a programmer-provided routine that handles the exception by executing instructions that take corrective action. This video gives a Java example of an exception handler using 'throw' and 'catch' blocks. 



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