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I have studied in a book which says:
Instance initializer blocks in anonymous classes have greater freedom, they can throw any exception.

I wrote code to verify it:

class MyCheckedException extends Exception {}

class C {

C(int i) throws Exception {}
}

class A {

public static void main(String[] args) {

int i = new C(3) {

{
throw new MyCheckedException();
}

int getI() {

return 2;
}
}.getI();
}
}

Why Am I getting compile time error???
 
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This is what the statement means :-)

class Sample {

public void m() throws Exception {
throw new Exception();
}

Sample() {}

public static void main(String args[]) throws Throwable{
final Sample obj = new Sample() {
{
m();
}
};
}
}
There is no need to declare that exception in your class's constructor.
 
Girish Nagaraj
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Thanks Balaji...
 
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