tmay at clearwateranalytics.com
Tue Oct 15 20:15:11 UTC 2019
So, assuming that checked exceptions are here to stay (right or wrong).
Would it be an option to start adding new APIs to the JDK with either no exceptions or unchecked exceptions?
The example that comes to mind is Double#parseDouble. It's annoying to have to deal with NumberFormatException, the API would jive better if instead it returned an Optional<Double>. But I realize that isn't possible without a lot of breakage, so what about instead a optionalParseDouble that returns a Optional<Double>?
Or is this too much effort for the gain?
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