Learn how easy it is to sync an existing GitHub or Google Code repo to a SourceForge project! See Demo
Introducing persistence – lesson I - try-catch use improvement
First of all, I extremely want to thank you about the efficient and lovely tutorials that you have created.
I want to indicate you that it is possible to improve the explanation of how the try-catch statements works (Introducing persistence – lesson I - try-catch use @ 10:55) by adding some line of printing code above and bottom the division, just like I have done:
long x= 1;
System.out.println("this line will be ALWAYS print !");
x = 1 / 0;
System.out.println("this line will be NEVER print! every instruction bottom this point will never be reached");
x= 77; // i think that is better using a value different from 0 to set x, just after a zero divide!
System.out.println("can not divide by zero!");
System.out.println("this line will be print x= "+ x);
I hope my small indication could help you to make a little clearer the explanation..
I will be happy if there will be continue in other tutorial issues for Java and Eclipse.
Thanks for your efforts!
PS: actually I’m learning Repast Simphony (http://repast.sourceforge.net/), so I have started to learn eclipse, is there any guide for it?
Thanks a lot!!