The exact text of question #68 is: "if an exception is not caught, the finally block will run and the rest of the method is skipped." I was wondering what sort of message was being skipped when I read the version of the question above.
Perhaps it is not clear that "if an exception is not caught" means "if there is an exception thrown which is not caught" rather than "if no exception is caught(possibly because none was thrown)". In the former case - if an exception is thrown and not caught - then the only thing in the method that will still execute is the finally clause.
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Originally posted by Marilyn de Queiroz: In the former case - if an exception is thrown and not caught - then the only thing in the method that will still execute is the finally clause.
Well, while we are in nitpicking mode, it's actually "finally clause(s)" - it could be more than one, in the case of nested try blocks.
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