Hi all ...I'm a Java newbie ...
My question involves the use of the getmessage() functionality when handling an IOException.
Now there are several IOException "types" ... e.g. EOF (EndOfFile), File Not Found etc ...
While I'm reading a file (using the java.nio.* class)
and I encounter some sort of I/O error
will (IOException e) produce a specific IO error exception message
when I invoke ( e.getmessage() )
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2 replies Latest Post - 2012-07-11T10:36:34Z by willey
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Re: Using getmessage()2011-09-28T21:45:54Z in response to SystemAdminDepends on which specific subclass of IOException which has been caught by you, if it IS a specific subclass of IOException (ChangedCharSetException, CharacterCodingException...), then it will give out a specific error msg.
if it is just a general IOException, then it will not.
you can use e.printStackTrace() to find out exactly which line caused the exception.
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willey 270005GFTT4 PostsACCEPTED ANSWER
Re: Using getmessage()2012-07-11T10:36:34Z in response to SystemAdminI am new to Java, with my knowledge getmessage works have some exceptions
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