The code describe you the use of exception class in java .Exceptions are the set of condition in Java to indicate to a calling method that occurred when an abnormal condition occurred. This tutorial describes how to use exceptions appropriately in your programs.. The following steps involved in the program are given below:-
division(100, 0):- This method is declared for calculating the average of any two numbers. Here 100 is the numerator and 0 is the denominator.
System.out.println("Divide" + ex.getMessage() + "Exception" + "\n"
+ "Please check the denominator");:- This
return you an exception message which will be displayed if an error
output of the program
|Divide/ by zero Exception
Please check the denominator
Note:- if you will provide the value of denominator as 100 or any number except 1 it will not give any exceptions.
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