Stack Trace - Online Code


Every "Exception" (or subclass) object contains a "stackTrace", ortraceback, meant to indicate where the error occurred.Let's find out where a stackTrace comes from, and how to use it, when Exceptions are created and thrown. Some textbooks claim that it is the operation of constructing the exception that anchors its trace,others the throwing. Let us see for ourselves.

Source Code

public class StackTrace {

  IllegalArgumentException ex;

  public static void main(String[] argv) {

    StackTrace st = new StackTrace();


    System.out.println("CONSTRUCTED BUT NOT THROWN
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