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Thread: Exceptions : Is there any performance overhead ?

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    Hi there, Exceptions is a powerful feature of Java. At the same time, It also has it's performance overhead also. This is just an introductory thread of me... Don't feel angry..


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    Default Re: Exceptions : Is there any performance overhead ?

    This specific forum is for saying hi, not for starting debates on performance and overhead. If you really want to start a thread like that, do it in the forum lobby or the Java theory forum, and cite relevant benchmarks and post test code that proves what you're saying. I also suggest you weigh any "performance overhead" against the increase in maintainability that Exceptions give you.
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