A problem a computer has during construction
A problem that a program has during runtime
Something that the computer does not understand
The way a computer signals to the users that it is about to terminate
A descriptive message for the exception.
The methodcall stack at the time the exception occurred.
The name of the exception.
Instructions on handling the exception.
It specifies the point at which the exception must be handled.
It's the initial point at which the exception occurs.
It's specified as the top row of the methodcall stack at the time the exception occurred.
All of the above statements are true.
The type of the exception being caught
The name of catch block's exception parameter
A finally block
An exception handler
Is an error
Cannot catch any exceptions
Can catch any exceptions
None of the above
The try block must be followed by at least one catch block.
The try block must be followed by a finally block.
The try block should contain statements that may process an exception.
The try block should contain statements that may throw an exception.
There is no difference; the terms can be used interchangeably.
A try statement refers to the block of code following the keyword try, while the try block refers to the try keyword and the block of code following this keyword.
The try block refers to the keyword try followed by a block of code. The try block and its corresponding catch and/or finally clauses together form a try statement.
The try statement refers to the keyword try followed by a block of code. The try statement and its corresponding catch and/or finally clauses together form a try block.
The Message method of class Exception
The Message property of class Exception
The ErrorMessage method of class Exception
The ErrorMessage property of class Exception
Overriding the Error class.
Overriding the Exception property.
Extending class Exception.
They cannot be created
A finally block, if there is one, is placed after the last catch block.
A finally block should release all resources acquired in the corresponding try block.
The finally block and try block can appear in any order.
A finally block is optional.
Control proceeds to the first statement after the finally block.
Control returns to the throw point.
He app exits.
Control proceeds to the first statement after the last catch block.
Pop the exception
Toss the exception
Access Exception properties
Throw the exception