Java exceptions are considered expensive and shouldn’t be used for flow control. This tutorial will prove that this perception is correct.
Nguyen Nam Thai
I'm a Java EE certified developer, focusing on backend technologies. Over that past few years, I have been working mainly on projects built around Java and MySQL.
Here's what I've written (so far):
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