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exception

Exception vs Exceptor - What's the difference?

exception | exceptor |


As nouns the difference between exception and exceptor

is that exception is the act of excepting or excluding; exclusion; restriction by taking out something which would otherwise be included, as in a class, statement, rule while exceptor is someone who takes exceptions.

Exception vs Exceptive - What's the difference?

exception | exceptive |


As a noun exception

is exception.

As an adjective exceptive is

exceptional, having an exception.

Exception vs Exceptant - What's the difference?

exception | exceptant |


As a noun exception

is exception.

As an adjective exceptant is

(archaic) making exception.

Exception vs Throwable - What's the difference?

exception | throwable |


As nouns the difference between exception and throwable

is that exception is exception while throwable is (computing|programming) a throwable object.

As an adjective throwable is

(computing|programming) that can be thrown in the manner of an exception.

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