[concurrency-interest] Thread interruption protocol: InterruptedException is a "checked" exception, correct?

Jim Andreou jim.andreou at gmail.com
Wed May 20 09:42:38 EDT 2009

There are quite a few ways someone could throw a checked exception
without declaring it at compile time, actually.
Thread.stop(Throwable), Class.newInstance(), and there must be another
one too.

2009/5/20 Péter Kovács <peter.kovacs.1.0rc at gmail.com>:
> Hi,
> Is it possible to get java.lang.InterruptedException, even if none of
> the method along the call stack declares this exception?
> We are experiencing such a case. Class.forName(String) appears to
> throw the exception.
> Is it not a breach of one of the fundamental contracts of the Java
> language: "checked" exception are not allowed to be thrown in a method
> without this method being declared to (potentially) throw it? (We
> catch this exception as a Throwable in a catch(Throwable) clause.)
> Thanks
> Peter
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