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CSE111 Lab 8 – Exceptions, Applets, JavaFX and two IDEs

Task 1

Create an array of size 5. Try to store 100 to the index 21 of the array. It should give you a runtime error. Note the first line of the error that was given.

Task 2

In your main method, try to divide 1 by zero. Note the first line of the error that was given.

Task 3

import java.util.Scanner;
class Task3{
public static void main(String[]args){
Scanner sc=new Scanner(System.in);
int x,n=sc.nextInt();
int a[]=new int[n];


Modify the program above to handle exception ‘ArithmeticException’ and ‘ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException’ using try, catch and finally (to print a message “Final Line”) keywords.

Task 4

It is hard to know every error that may occur in advance. Hence, modify your solution to Task 3 to account for all other unknown errors that can be caused from any line of the main method. For example, 5.0 as input for the array size.

Task 5

Write a Java Application that will create your own exception ‘NotAnIntegerException’. There will be a method int readInteger( ). This method will take a String form the user. Then it will check if the number was ‘int’ or ‘float’ by checking presence of the decimal point in the input. It will throw an exception when a floating-point number is entered.

Task 6

Prepare an applet that prints hello world or your name.
Take help from: http://www.realapplets.com/
Rest will be shown in class

Task 7
Execute MSWord and Dr.Java from your java program

Task 8

Print hello world or your name using JavaFX

Task 9

Using Eclipse, Take 2 numbers as input, print the sum. See notes.

Task 10

Using NetBeans, Take 2 numbers as input, print the multiplication. See notes.

Notes for Task 9 and 10:
Show all screen shots including how to create project, write class, compile, run and test your program.

Posted by Nazmul on Tuesday, 03.16.10 @ 19:13pm | #95612

Name the method used to display any message in Applet?

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Posted by vinod on Monday, 03.16.09 @ 08:29am | #85904

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Posted by Ranjith on Wednesday, 02.18.09 @ 12:02pm | #84990

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Posted by Keerthi on Thursday, 01.29.09 @ 21:16pm | #84299

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