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Re: Seeking SAXException pattern


Re:  Seeking SAXException pattern
Paul R Brown wrote:


> Interesting.  Isn't RuntimeException intended to report an error in the 
> application as opposed to an error in the input?  This has always been 
> my opinion and practice.


Yes, that's normally how it works, and how it should work. But if you 
really don't like wrapping your checked exceptions, it is another 
option. Languages like C++ that only have runtime exceptions don't have 
to deal with this problem in callback APIs.

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Elliotte Rusty Harold  elharo@m...
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