Benjamin Jakobus

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Current software projects deal with exceptions in implementation and maintenance phases without a clear definition of exception handling policies. We call an exception handling policy the set of design decisions that govern the use of exceptions in a software project. Without an explicit exception handling policy, developers can remain unaware of the(More)
Exception handling mechanisms have been introduced into programming languages in an effort to help deal with runtime irregularities. These mechanisms aim to improve code reliability by providing constructs for sectioning code into exception scopes (e.g. Java try blocks) and exception handlers (e.g. Java catch blocks). Whilst exception handling mechanisms(More)
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