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    Default Division by zero exception

    I am learning java. And have some doubts to be sorted out. I want to know that if a number is divided by 0 than it throw ArithematicException. And if i take any string from user as input and stored in int a; Which is checked exception here and which one is unchecked.


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    Default Re: Division by zero exception

    It is probably best to write up some test code and see what happens. Do that and post your code with your question(s) if you have any

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    Default Re: Division by zero exception

    Hi,

    If you are checking exception at compile time that is called checked exception.(Ex: some syntax problem)
    If you are checking exception at run time that is called un-checked exception.(Ex: Arithmetic exception)

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    Default Re: Division by zero exception

    Again, before responding, check the date of the first post in a thread and then the activity of the OP. You might even check that person's profile or stats to see when they last posted. A post that has lain dormant for more than 2 weeks is "dead." A user that hasn't returned for a month has lost interest in their last post and probably in the Forum or the language.

    Closing this thread to avoid further pointless churn.

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