A way to manage runtime problems like IOException, RemoteException, ClassNotFoundException, SQLException, etc. is called the process of exception handling
Try, catch, finally, throw, and throws are the 5 important keywords in exception handling in Java
An exception is defined as when Java code execution may encounter a variety of mistakes, including programming flaws, input errors, and other unforeseen circumstances.
The exception is basically an error that comes during the execution of a Java code however exception handling is the process to overcome that abnormality to resume the successful execution.
There are 2 main types of exceptions in Java: checked and unchecked