Till Oliver Knoll
till.oliver.knoll at gmail.com
Mon May 8 13:47:22 CEST 2017
> Am 08.05.2017 um 08:26 schrieb Till Oliver Knoll <till.oliver.knoll at gmail.com>
> This sums up my previous point pretty nicely:
> "Java exceptions ceased to be exceptional at all, they became commonplace. They are used from everything from the benign to the catastrophic, differentiating between the severity of exceptions falls to the caller of the function."
"For example in C++ you might throw an exception when you can’t convert from an enum to its string equivalent, or in Java when parsing a date from a string. In an internet connected world, where every input from a network must be considered hostile, is the failure to parse a string into a date really exceptional? Of course not."
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