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Programming

In a series of blog entries, I intend to discuss various patterns for exception handling in Java. Don't use enumerated exceptions Quite often, you will see code using what I like to call "enumerated exceptions". An enumerated exception typically looks like this: public class ModuleException   extends Exception{   private int exceptionNumber;   public final static int...
on Sep 19, 2005