Curry
  • Curry
My try-catch block is not working no matter what I do... I have to make my own custom exception class.
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Curry
  • Curry
This is the assignment
Curry
  • Curry
My work so far.
Curry
  • Curry
My output
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Curry
  • Curry
I'm having a really hard time figuring out why i'm getting that error...
Hyroko
  • Hyroko
Your else statement is throwing the bad guess every time you use a non-number it seems, It is telling you the error is on line 34.
Hyroko
  • Hyroko
It seems to be working just fine....You put in "d" which caused your input mismatch exception to throw your bad guess exception.
Hyroko
  • Hyroko
But I see what you meant. You meant you needed it to continue after printing the message to the screen. You needed to add a call back to the method if they put in the wrong output, passing it the number of tries they've already done.
Curry
  • Curry
Oh! so i need to add a call to the method if after throwing the new exception? i'm not sure why the program crashes AFTER catching the exception. Shouldn't it be continuing...

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