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Fri Aug 6 17:04:17 PDT 2004

A good example from Sun is JDBC, where only SQLException is send, while it uses IOStream. It never throws neither, nor* exceptions.
When catching that exception, do you really care about the IOException? I don't think so, you just want to recover from
the error. And, even in case you need it, you're still able to query the embbeded exception (getCause()).

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