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Aashima Arora
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I want to know how the reader object not raise any objection when the file does not exist and is not catching an exception. the file is created after the buffered writer object is declared and not before that because the reader only reads the file when the file is found. so how is the "exception found" message not displayed when it throws FileNotFoundException.
what is readLine reading from?
 
Aashima Arora
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sorry,it IS displaying exception found in the beginning. iam very to sorry to bother you all .
 
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Two points:

you should not override service, but doGet, doPost or whatever else is appropriate. GET and POST are not interchangeable.

Empty catch blocks are a bad idea; how will you know if there are problems? At least write a message to a log file, but really - you need to handle I/O exceptions.
 
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sure i now understand
thank you so much sir
 
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