Functional interfaces with checked exceptions.
Java’s default functional interfaces (i.e.
friends) allow for raising checked exception, which basically denies us from
using these neat lambda shorthands for anything that may throw checked
exceptions. tinyj-lava-api is a first step to fix that defining equivalent
functional interfaces with declared checked exceptions.
Additionally tinyj-lava-api defines two exception types.
NoException is a
marker class that allows to declare a method to not to throw any exception at
all. This is not enforced by the compiler though.
is just for wrapping checked exceptions. While
achieves the same thing using
WrappedCheckedException allows for clearer
communication and makes unwrapping of such exceptions much easier.
You can find the API documentation here.
Copyright 2016 Eric Karge [email protected]
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