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Java 7 in many ways improved exception handling. Two of the feature of Java 7 which improves exception handling are ability to catch multiple exception in one catch block and closing resources automatically using Automatic resource management block. Java has long been criticized for its verbose exception handling code, mandatory to handle checked Exception in Java. Programmers always complained that it clutter code and reduced readability. Java 7 some how reduces this pain by improve Exception handling feature e.g. multiple catch and ARM blocks. In this Java 7 tutorial we will see how to catch multiple exceptions in one catch block using JDK7.
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