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Thrown by API developer or JVM

 
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Which are most commonly thrown by an API developer or application developer as opposed to be thrown by JVM
Answers are:
IllegalArgumentException
IllegalStateException
NumberFormatException


I can`t understand what it means to be thrown by API developer
 
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Mahtab Alam wrote:Which are most commonly thrown by an API developer or application developer as opposed to be thrown by JVM
Answers are:
IllegalArgumentException
IllegalStateException
NumberFormatException


I can`t understand what it means to be thrown by API developer



What they mean is when you actually write a lne of code like this:



I don't think the Sierra and Bates book did a very good job of explaining the difference between JVM versus developer thrown exceptions and why a particular exception is thrown by JVM or developer.

I hope the example helps!
 
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