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sunming
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Who can tell me the reason?
question NO.:#132
question:
if an exception is not caught the finally block will rnn and the rest of method is skipped.
the answer is TRUE.
my question: why skip the rest of method since not catch an exception?
 
Jim Yingst
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Hmmm, where to begin...
You really shoud read the Naming Policy more carefully when you sign up for an account. You should also read the description for this forum, which says it is not for questions about Java, but rather for questions and comments about this forum. This question would really be more appropriate in Java In General (Beginner) or Java Programmer Certification. Also, I assume that despite your title, this isn't actually a question for the exam (from Sun, but rather from one of the mock exams, right? Because of course it would be cheating to ask about a real test question.
As for the question - ummm, that's what exceptions do. I suggest you ask more in Java in General (Beginner). Good luck.
 
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