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    Default exception

    is exception class is a sub-class of object class?


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    Default Re: exception

    ALL Java classes have the Object class at the root of their family tree, even the ones you make up. You can find the lineage of any core Java class in the API.

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    Default Re: exception

    Looking at the documentation found here you can see that Exception is a subclass of Throwable, which is a subclass of Object.

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