Unhandled exception type InterruptedException : Java Threads


If you get "Unhandled exception type InterruptedException" in your java programing that contains threads then you must surround the code with a try/catch block that handles InterruptedException.

InterruptedException is a checked exception, which is used to indicate the current thread that it has been interrupted by an some other thread while it was doing some operation.

Example: InterruptedExceptionEx.java
package com.code2care.threadsexamples;

public class InterruptedExceptionEx implements Runnable {


	@Override
	public void run() {
	
	
		for(int i = 0;i<=10;i++) {
			
			System.out.println("Runnable Tread : "+ i);
			try {
				Thread.sleep(200);
			} catch (InterruptedException e) {

				e.printStackTrace();
			}
		}
	}

}
Advertisements
Try Out Code2care Dev Tools:

Advertisements



#Android #Java #Linux #Microsoft #Google #Python #MacOS #Notepad++ #Microsoft Teams #CSS #PHP #SharePoint #Html #Linux #C-Program #Bootstrap #jQuery #Sublime #Android-Studio #Facebook #Eclipse #WhatsApp #News #MySQL #Json #HowTos #JavaScript #FTP #S3


Advertisements


Code2care is an initiative to publish and share varied knowledge in programming and technical areas gathered during day-to-day learnings and development activities.

Students and Software Developers can leverage this portal to find solutions to their various queries without re-inventing the wheel by referring to our easy to understand posts. Technical posts might include Learnings, Tutorials, Trouble-Shooting steps, Video Tutorials, Code Snippets, How Tos, Blogs, Articles, etc.
🎉 We are celebrating the 10th years of Code2care! Thank you for all your support! We hope we made a difference.
We strong support Gender Equality & Diversity.

We stand in solidarity with Ukraine - Make a donation to UNHCR - https://donate.unhcr.org/in/en-in/ukraine-emergency