[Q] Are Exceptions used that much in practice?
goose at enteract.com
Tue Dec 12 02:35:34 EST 2000
I realize that Python allows me to catch exceptions. But being a novice
I'm not sure if they are used much in the 'real world'.
In Java, my current bread-winning language, exceptions are caught mostly
because the compiler/language demands it. I haven't yet designed a
system in Java such as:
Another way of putting it is, if the try-catch-else didn't exist would
anyone be terribly put out? (If not then the construct isn't much
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