What is an exception ? What are the different types of exceptions ?
Javasearch.buggybread.com
Share

Search Interview Questions


 3348 questions in repository.
 There are more than 200 unanswered questions.
Click here and help us by providing the answer.
 Have a video suggestion.
Click Correct / Improve and please let us know.
Label / Company      Label / Company / Text

   



Java - Interview Questions and Answers

 Q1. What is an exception ? What are the different types of exceptions ?Core Java2018-02-17 11:03:39

Ans. An exception is an unwanted or unexpected event, which occurs during the execution of a program that is at run time, that disrupts the normal flow of the program?s instructions. these are different types arithmetic exceptions, class not found exception, interrupted exception, run time exception etc.

 Help us improve. Please let us know the company, where you were asked this question :   

   Like         Discuss         Correct / Improve          Asked in 1 Companies


Related Questions

  What are the ways to avoid LazyInitializationException ?
  What things should be kept in mind while creating your own exceptions in Java?
  Explain java.lang.OutOfMemoryError ?
  How compiler handles the exceptions in overriding ?
  If you are given a choice to implement the code to either Insert a Record or Update if already exist, Which approach will you follow ?
  Explain throw, throws , try and catch in Java ?
 What will happen if we don't have termination statement in recursion ?
  Name few Java Exceptions ?
  How can we make sure that a code segment gets executed even in case of uncatched exceptions ?
  Is it necessary that each try block to be followed by catch block ?




Subscribe to Java News and Posts. Get latest updates and posts on Java from Buggybread.com
Enter your email address:
Delivered by FeedBurner



comments powered by Disqus
 

Help us and Others Improve. Please let us know the questions asked in any of your previous interview.

Any input from you will be highly appreciated and It will unlock the application for 10 more requests.

Company Name:
Questions Asked:
         

X Close this