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IllegalStateException vs. IllegalArgumentException

In have written a function which expects the caller to pass in a configuration file like XML. Then I parse this given file and extract something which i then return. In this function (at least) two ...
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Partial recovery from an Exception [duplicate]

I have seen Exception Handling blocks that they were throwing the recently caught Exception in the catch block. Something like: } catch ( Exception $e ) { // Do some recovery here ...
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3answers
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Authoritative sources for exception handling best practices [closed]

My work place suffers from a bad case of the Pokemon Exception Handling anti-pattern with constructs like the following splattered across the code base: try { ... } catch (Exception ex) { // ...
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1answer
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Generic way of handling exceptions in windows phone? [closed]

I mean what are some of the ways other programmers deal with exception for example, when an error occurs when accessing a web service for say. If an example cant be given for windows phone, give the ...
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3answers
766 views

Good practice or service for monitoring unhandled application errors for a small organization

I'm working with multiple software with varying ways of monitoring for errors. When I make software, I usually send email with the stack trace to admins(usually me). Some customer software is ...
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8answers
864 views

Using a try-finally (without catch) vs enum-state validation

I have been reading the advice on this question about how an exception should be dealt with as close to where it is raised as possible. My dilemma on the best practice is whether one should use a ...
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4answers
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Recommend a design pattern/approach to exposing/tolerating/recovering from system errors, Exception handling (e.g.s in Java, C++, Perl, PHP)

Can you recommend a design pattern/approach to exposing/tolerating/recovering from system errors, Exception handling (Java, C++, Perl, PHP)? Some errors need to be reported. Some errors can be ...