Your own Exception class : Exceptions « Language Basics « Java

Home
Java
1.2D Graphics GUI
2.3D
3.Advanced Graphics
4.Ant
5.Apache Common
6.Chart
7.Class
8.Collections Data Structure
9.Data Type
10.Database SQL JDBC
11.Design Pattern
12.Development Class
13.EJB3
14.Email
15.Event
16.File Input Output
17.Game
18.Generics
19.GWT
20.Hibernate
21.I18N
22.J2EE
23.J2ME
24.JDK 6
25.JNDI LDAP
26.JPA
27.JSP
28.JSTL
29.Language Basics
30.Network Protocol
31.PDF RTF
32.Reflection
33.Regular Expressions
34.Scripting
35.Security
36.Servlets
37.Spring
38.Swing Components
39.Swing JFC
40.SWT JFace Eclipse
41.Threads
42.Tiny Application
43.Velocity
44.Web Services SOA
45.XML
Java » Language Basics » ExceptionsScreenshots 
Your own Exception class
Your own Exception class
          

// : c09:FullConstructors.java
// From 'Thinking in Java, 3rd ed.' (c) Bruce Eckel 2002
// www.BruceEckel.com. See copyright notice in CopyRight.txt.

class MyException extends Exception {
  public MyException() {
  }

  public MyException(String msg) {
    super(msg);
  }
}

public class FullConstructors {

  public static void f() throws MyException {
    System.out.println("Throwing MyException from f()");
    throw new MyException();
  }

  public static void g() throws MyException {
    System.out.println("Throwing MyException from g()");
    throw new MyException("Originated in g()");
  }

  public static void main(String[] args) {
    try {
      f();
    catch (MyException e) {
      e.printStackTrace();
    }
    try {
      g();
    catch (MyException e) {
      e.printStackTrace();
    }
  }
///:~

           
         
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
  
Related examples in the same category
1.Illustrate various Exceptions Illustrate various Exceptions
2.Experience exceptionsExperience exceptions
3.StackTrace
4.Getting the Stack Trace of an Exception
5.What happens if a method declares an unchecked exception?
6.Simple demo of exceptionsSimple demo of exceptions
7.Simple demo of exceptions, with finally clauseSimple demo of exceptions, with finally clause
8.ThreadBasedCatcher - Demonstrate catching uncaught exceptions
9.Exception CatcherException Catcher
10.Turning off Checked exceptions
11.Demonstrates exception chainingDemonstrates exception chaining
12.Finally is always executedFinally is always executed
13.Demonstrating the Exception MethodsDemonstrating the Exception Methods
14.Further embellishment of exception classesFurther embellishment of exception classes
15.The finally clause is always executedThe finally clause is always executed
16.Catching exception hierarchiesCatching exception hierarchies
17.How an exception can be lost
18.Exception in main method
19.Ignoring RuntimeExceptionsIgnoring RuntimeExceptions
20.Demonstrating fillInStackTrace()Demonstrating fillInStackTrace()
21.Put printStackTrace() into a String: redirect the StackTrace to a String with a StringWriter/PrintWriter
22.Rethrow a different object from the one that was caughtRethrow a different object from the one that was caught
23.Inheriting your own exceptionsInheriting your own exceptions
24.Overridden methods may throw only the exceptions
25.Returns the output of printStackTrace as a String.
26.Locates a particular type of exception
27.Throw Exception OutThrow Exception Out
28.Get Deepest ThrowableGet Deepest Throwable
29.Make a string representation of the exception
30.Utility methods for dealing with stack traces
31.Returns the root cause of an exception
32.Utility class to work with throwables
33.Print all of the thread's information and stack traces
34.Convert an exception to a String with full stack trace
35.Return stack trace from the passed exception as a stringReturn stack trace from the passed exception as a string
36.Create a new RuntimeException, setting the cause if possible.
37.Create a new Exception, setting the cause if possible.
38.Set the cause of the Exception. Will detect if this is not allowed.
39.Get the stack trace of the supplied exception.
40.Display Stack Trace Information with StackTraceElement
41.A collection of utility methods for manipulating exceptions
42.A frame with a panel for testing various exceptionsA frame with a panel for testing various exceptions
43.Convert Throwable to string
44.Convert the result of Exception.getStackTrace to a String
45.Prints the stack trace of the specified throwable to a string and returns it.
46.Get Stack Trace Element
47.Get stack trace and cause exception
48.Exception Helper
49.Exception Util
java2s.com  | Contact Us | Privacy Policy
Copyright 2009 - 12 Demo Source and Support. All rights reserved.
All other trademarks are property of their respective owners.