Exceptions: Creating, Throwing, Catching
Exceptions are a programming tool that allow us to control disruptions in our program. They essentially
allow you to jump out of a series of nested method calls, back to a previous place in the execution, to handle
errors and other exceptional circumstances. Exceptions are an essential part of the Java platform, and you
need to know about them to use advanced Java techniques.
Before proceeding to the rest of this lab, review the following slides, which will be presented in the lab: