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    Hi All,
    I need to send the answer of this question quickly and I was wondering if you help me for that.
    -There is a method taken from a class with several try and catch blocks. If you think it is possible, add one more catch block to the code to catch all possible exceptions, otherwise say 'Not possible' with your reason.

    public String getCountyCode(Address inputAddress) throws AddressNormalizationException
    {
    String retval = null;
    try
    {
    retval = this.normalizeAddress(inputAddress).getCountyCode( );
    }
    catch(InvalidAddressException e)
    {
    retval = INVALID_COUNTY_CODE;
    }
    catch(AmbiguousAddressException e)
    {
    retval = INVALID_COUNTY-CODE;
    }
    return retval;
    }

    ThankYou!


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    We won't do your exam for you, and we probably sent that message by not responding as quickly as you needed. If you intend to hang around, please read this topic to learn how to post code correctly along with other useful info for newcomers.

    Hints: Avoid using topic titles like, "Exam Question," "Help with Test/Homework," or "Urgent Help Needed." Those get a laugh and are often passed by. Instead, present the problem as generically as you can and OFFER YOUR ANSWER or your best effort, and then ask the forum for feedback. Show that you made an attempt rather than just appearing to lazily sponge any answer/info you can soak up.

    Hope to see you around. Good luck!

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    Dear Sir,
    First, I have never expected you or anybody to do any exam for me or anyone else. Second, I am not a lazy or incompetent person as a person with full of ego like you wants to do anything for him. Third, I was in a hurry for answering this question and this was why I tried to use some developers' experience to give any advisement. And finally, if you yourself don't know the answer, please don't waste my time and let others give any solution for that. Meanwhile, I will never be interested in posting on this website anymore while the directors try to give denunciation rather than presenting a solution.

    Quote Originally Posted by GregBrannon View Post
    We won't do your exam for you, and we probably sent that message by not responding as quickly as you needed. If you intend to hang around, please read this topic to learn how to post code correctly along with other useful info for newcomers.

    Hints: Avoid using topic titles like, "Exam Question," "Help with Test/Homework," or "Urgent Help Needed." Those get a laugh and are often passed by. Instead, present the problem as generically as you can and OFFER YOUR ANSWER or your best effort, and then ask the forum for feedback. Show that you made an attempt rather than just appearing to lazily sponge any answer/info you can soak up.

    Hope to see you around. Good luck!

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    Thanks for the advice.

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