Fundamentals of Computer Science II (CSC-152 2000F)

Class 12: Object-Oriented Design, Revisited

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Held Wednesday, September 13, 2000


Today we discuss processes for handling errors. In Java, the central error-handling mechanism is the exception.



Polymorphism and Interfaces, Revisited

Problems in Programs

Handling Errors

Exceptions and Exception Handling

Using Methods That Throw Exceptions

Optionally-Catchable Exceptions

Throwing Exceptions

Defining Your Own Types of Exceptions

Design Notes


Wednesday, 23 August 2000

Thursday, 24 August 2000

Wednesday, 13 September 2000

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