In Java, Exceptions are either Checked Exceptions or Unchecked Exceptions. Checked Exceptions are checked by the Compiler and the compiler forces you to decide on whether you want to handle them or not. Unchecked Exceptions are not supposed to be handled; they should be fixed when found to occur in certain conditions in a program. Read on to learn more.
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