Class FileNotFoundException in Java

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Class FileNotFoundException in Java

FileNotFoundException is thrown from an application to indicate that a file specified to perform some operation could not be found. It is caused by an attempt to access a nonexistent file. It is also a very common built-in exception class in java.

So in a nutshell, it is an IOException that signals that a specified file can not be found.

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The structure of the class FileNotFoundException is given as:

public class java.io.FileNotFoundException extends java.io.IOException{
//constructor
public FileNotFoundException();
//constructs an empty FileNotFoundException object that is an object with no message specified.
public FileNotFoundException(String message);
//constructs an FileNotFoundException object with the message specified.
}

The class FileNotFoundException also inherits methods from class Object and Throwable.

From Object classFrom Throwable class
clone()fillInStackTrace()
getClass()getMessage()
notify()printStackTrace()
wait()printStackTrace(PrintWriter)
wait(long, int)getLocalizedMessage()
wait(long)printStackTrace(PrintStream)
equals(Object)
toString()
finalize()
hashCode()
notifyAll()

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