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This chapter is from the book 20.6 Exceptions and Error Handling

20.6 Exceptions and Error Handling

Exception handling has been ignored so far in the development of a solution. This was intentional to focus on the basic questions of responsibility assignment and object design. However, in application development, it's wise to consider the large-scale exception handling strategies during design modeling (as they have a large-scale architectural impact), and certainly during implementation. Briefly, in terms of the UML, exceptions can be indicated in the property strings of messages and operation declarations.

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