All About NoSuchMethodException in Java

NoSuchMethodException is thrown to indicate that the object of a class does not have the method called.This exception is very rarely thrown as the existence of methods is primarily determined during compile time. We can get this exception if we remove a method from a class,recompile the class without dependency tracking and then run a program that calls the removed method.

The structure is given as :

public class java.lang.NoSuchMethodExceptionextends java.lang.Exception{
public NoSuchMethodException();
//constructs an empty NoSuchMethodException object that is an object with no message specified.
public NoSuchMethodException(String message);
//constructs an NoSuchMethodException object with the message specified.

All About NoSuchMethodException in Java All About NoSuchMethodException in Java Reviewed by Animesh Chatterjee on September 18, 2018 Rating: 5

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