|When an abnormal operation condition occurs, this exception is thrown. For example, when an integer is "divided by zero", an instance of this class is thrown.
|The exception thrown when accessing an array with an illegal index. If the index is negative or greater than or equal to the size of the array, the index is an illegal index.
|An exception thrown when trying to store an object of the wrong type in an object array.
|This exception is thrown when trying to cast an object to a subclass that is not an instance.
|The thrown exception indicates that an illegal or incorrect parameter was passed to the method.
|The thrown exception indicates that a thread has tried to wait for the monitor of the object, or tried to notify other monitors that are waiting for the object without specifying the monitor itself.
|A signal generated when a method is called at an illegal or inappropriate time. In other words, the Java environment or Java application is not in the proper state required by the requested operation.
|The exception thrown when the thread is not in the proper state required by the requested operation.
|Indicates that a sort index (such as sorting an array, string, or vector) is out of range.
|If the application attempts to create an array with a negative size, this exception is thrown.
|When the application tries to use the object where
null it is needed , the exception is thrown
|This exception is thrown when the application attempts to convert a string into a numeric type, but the string cannot be converted into an appropriate format.
|An exception thrown by the security manager, indicating a security violation.
|This exception is
String thrown by the method, indicating that the index is either negative or exceeds the size of the string.
|When the requested operation is not supported, this exception is thrown.