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Object Oriented Programming terms Exception Handling

Standard Error Stream The location where error messages are communicated by default which is typically the screen.
Try (keyword) A statement used to execute statements that might generate exceptions that might be thrown as a program executes.
Throw (keyword) A statement used to create an exception.
Catch (keyword) A statement used to catch exceptions that might be thrown as a program executes.
Finally (keyword) A statement that will define instructions to excecute at the conclusion of a try and catch block.
Throwable A keyword that declares a class that can be thrown in an exception.
Exception An exception is an event which occurs during the execution of a program that disrupts the normal flow of the program's instructions.
Fault Tolerant Software that can continue to satisfy requirements despite failures.
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