Following up my previous question I wonder if
resumable exceptions make any sense. It looks like nobody uses them in
Java. Don't they use
resumable exceptions because of Java limitations or just because they don't really need them?
Suppose, I want to create a file in a directory, which should exist but does not. I would probably prefer use a
resumable exception (i.e. throw an exception, catch it and create the directory, and resume the execution) instead of testing if the directory exists every time I create a file. Does it make sense in general ?