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what means recoverable form(in checked exception) and not recoverable form(in uncheked exception).....


and why always write checked exception(if i call pre-defined method and that method throws checked exception) in method if program write or not....


thanks.....

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You should find an explanation in the Java Tutorials.
“Recoverable” probably means it is possible to get a result by waiting and trying again.
 
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