James Allen

Java is a popular language for handling errors and exceptions. In most cases, you will want to throw a single exception to indicate that something went wrong. However, there are cases where you may want to throw multiple exceptions. 

So, how do you throw multiple exceptions in Java? The answer is actually quite simple. You just need to use the throws keyword followed by a list of the exceptions that you want to throw. 

For example, if you want to throw two exceptions, you would use the following syntax: 

throws Exception1, Exception2 

If you want to throw more than two exceptions, you just need to comma-separate them. It’s that easy!

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