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Re: NYIException

From: Andy Walter
Subject: Re: NYIException
Date: Fri, 26 Sep 2003 18:31:04 +0200

Hi Michael,

On Friday 26 September 2003 17:56, Michael Koch wrote:
> I'm for UnsupportedOperationException too because it exists already
> and dont have to invent something new.
> A reason against using it is that some methods return UOE by design in
> some situations. That means that i may not be clear in any case if
> the method throwns an exception because its unimplementd or because
> of other reasons.

How about

        NotYetImplementedException extends UnsupportedOperationException

then to distinguish between the above cases? IMHO, it would be quite useful 
for the project being able to say "we are able to run any JDK 1.2 programme". 
A script that has to know about which method might throw 
UnsupportedOperationException and which shouldn't could never be really 



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