Comment On My Tales

After sharing so many of your interview stories, I thought it was finally time that I’d share a couple of my own… Finally! [expand full text]
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Re: My Tales

2008-08-31 19:07 • by snubbe (unregistered)
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Awesome! I'll put my whole application within that block!

Re: My Tales

2008-10-13 17:37 • by Learn to Read! (unregistered)
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They're discussing .Net, not Java.

Re: My Tales

2010-04-11 03:25 • by Serge (unregistered)
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He was talking about the .NET environment where running a thread within "try, catch, finally" doesn't bubble up any exceptions which occur within that thread. The exception has to be caught within the actual thread, not the parent thread which spawned it.

Re: My Tales

2011-03-23 10:34 • by Dave Black (unregistered)
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Uh...maybe I missed something, but aren't we talking about .NET - I'm sure that other languages have different implementations (i.e. your example is in Java)

Re: My Tales

2011-05-13 17:59 • by Kendall F. (unregistered)
I have been burned by that one. I discovered the hard way that pressing the 'X' close button on a console window is equivalent to killing the process. I thought surely it would die gracefully, but, no.

Re: My Tales

2013-07-08 03:47 • by David (unregistered)
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If you read the original post, the author mentioned .Net 1.0 - not Java. So while Java will fire off the finally event, that does not mean .Net will.

Re: My Tales

2013-09-27 08:02 • by John tan (unregistered)
Alex Papadimoulis, you sucks

Re: My Tales

2014-09-08 07:36 • by Alex Papadimoulis (unregistered)
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John tan:
Alex Papadimoulis, you sucks
John tan, you blows goats
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